The Disney Village redevelopment is already underway and we will start seeing the closure of many restaurants within the area, including Planet Hollywood, in January next year. Today Disneyland Paris have confirmed that the “King Ludwig’s Castle” restaurant also will close permanently on January 8, 2023 and be quickly rethemed to “The Royal Pub”, with a planned opening of February 2023. The English inspired restaurant will receive a make over including new facade, terrace, and bar area.
The Royal Pub
The “Royal Pub” will offer guests a selection of “finger and comfort food, with a great selection of craft beers, all-day breakfasts, generous fish & chips, Guinness-braised beef, authentic pies, flatbreads, toasted sandwiches, and salad bowls, or the yummiest desserts in town”.
Cafe Mickey to Rosalie Transformation
In other restaurant news, Disneyland Paris have also confirmed that the timeline for the “Rosalie” transformation of Cafe Mickey has now been pushed back to“late 2023”.
Rosalie and The Royal Pub will be operated by Group Bertrand. Rosalie will be a permanent restaurant whilst the Royal Pub “will continue to evolve over time in line with the Disney Village transformation”.
Disneyland Paris Official Update
As Disneyland Paris continues to introduce new experiences around the resort, refurbishment works will start soon on a new British restaurant concept set to open in February 2023 in Disney Village. An entirely new concept, The Royal Pub will serve the best of traditional English fare and will be operated by renowned Groupe Bertrand, a resort’s longtime partner who manages other locations in Disney Village and some famous restaurants in Paris.
The new concept will transform the existing King Ludwig’s Castle restaurant and bar. The Construction teams will give the location a fresh look, with updates both to the terrace and facade – including a new entrance – to the inside atmosphere and a renovated bar area.
Whether you’re craving tasty finger and comfort food, with a great selection of craft beers, all-day breakfasts, generous fish & chips, Guinness-braised beef, authentic pies, flatbreads, toasted sandwiches, and salad bowls, or the yummiest desserts in town, you won’t want to miss The Royal Pub and its warm and lively ambiance during your next visit to Disneyland Paris.
Fans of King Ludwig’s Castle will be able to enjoy a last chance opportunity to experience it before its closure on January 8, 2023.
As Disneyland Paris continues a multi-year transformation of its parks and hotels, nearby in Disney Village, the first major step in a multiyear transformation plan for an enhanced guest experience is underway with Groupe Bertrand who will also operate Rosalie, a brand new French Brasserie for which construction works are about to begin. When this new family restaurant opens in late 2023, it will offer gorgeous lake views and an elegant atmosphere. The Royal Pub will stay open during this period and will continue to evolve over time in line with this transformation.