La Grange at Billy Bob’s  €€€€

Disney Village

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  1. I went here last Wednesday night during my holiday and was really impressed. It was upstairs at Billy Bob’s; you can hear the live music from downstairs and there is nice, cosy decor (think wooden - like Sequoia Lodge) It’s a buffet and everything was fresh. Nothing was left out for too long and was refreshed before it ran out, so that none of the food got stodgy, cold or dry. I think it was €25 per adult and there was a lot of choice. Starters: Salad, cheese, bread, potato salad and coleslaw, pasta, meats, olives, fresh vegetables, tortilla chips and salads with eggs and mayonnaise mixed in to it. Mains: Chili con carne, chicken wings, gratinated potatoes, chicken in a sauce, spare ribs, sausages, pasta with cheese sauce, ravioli with meat inside it and some other kinds of meat too. For desserts, there were a lot of pies - blackberry cheesecake, chocolate cake, gateaux, pecan pie, mini doughnuts and a plate full of sweets. (I guess the types of cakes and desserts depends on how many people are there and what they cook that day?)
    For drinks, they have all the usual cocktails, sans alcohol cocktails, soft drinks, hot drinks and the best drinks: strange sans alcohol cocktails served in plastic Disneyland Paris cocktail shakers (Apple juice and vanilla syrup or Orange juice with caramel syrup) that you can keep for €5.50.
    I really liked it in here, it was good value and variety for money and
    a good atmosphere. I just don’t know why we had never been there before!

    By Martha86 on 19th September 2007 at 10:37 pm

  2. We always do this on our last night. It’s an all-you-can-eat buffet and the food is really good - a wide range and plenty of it. It’s Tex-Mex but there are plenty of options for people who don’t like spicy food. You help yourself but a waiter/waitress brings your drinks. There is also a chef to carve the meat. It’s right on the top floor at the back so unfortunately you can’t hear the country and western music from Billy Bob’s but if you get a window seat you can look down into the main walkway through the village or over Lake Disney. Very large capacity. We love it.

    By diberry on 19th September 2007 at 5:49 pm

La Grange at Billy Bob’s

Buffet Service.