Impressions de Remy’s France
We’ve had a chance to review Remy’s Ratatouille Experience last week. Since then we’ve visited the attraction another three times and have had a chance to really map out the entire extension of the park behind what has been traditionally considered the France pavilion. In size, the addition is the equivalent if not larger of a World Showcase land like the United Kingdom, or Italy. We canvas the entire area of the park, giving our impressions. We also talk about some of the food & beverage we had a chance to taste. Then finally, we revisit the attraction with some additional thoughts not shared previously. This is not am impressions de France as we know it, but an impressions de Remy’s France.
Photos and video are shown below but our podcast carries narrative of the entire experience. You can find the podcast here on Podbean, iTunes, Spotify, and ListenNotes. Please subscribe! We also did a complete review of Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure which you can find here!
Allée des Marchands (Alley of the Merchants)
The photos below emphasize some of the props, themes and details found in this new addition behind the France pavilion.
We have a video celebrating all of the details of this, check it out:
La Crêperie de Paris & Crêpes À Emporter
The following are images Disney has provided for crepes served in their La Creperie des Paris. The last image is what our food looked like from the counter service window, Crêpes À Emporter.
These crepes below are from the counter service window, Crepes a Emporter, and can be eaten on standing room only tables or simply trash receptacles.
Revisiting Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure Attraction
Below are selected images we cover during the podcast. This is in addition to our previous review of Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure.
- Applause to management for opening this up early and letting lots of people visit!
- This is the equivalent of a World Showcase Pavilion like the UK pavilion or Italy. What would it have been like if it had been another country tied to another IP like:
- A Colombian mountain scape with Encanto or
- Raya and The Last Dragon. That is based on a fantasy world called Kumandra, but it is inspired by the Southeast Asian cultures of Brunei, Singapore, Laos, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Cambodia, Vietnam, Myanmar, Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines.
- Mary Poppins in the UK
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