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12 votes, average: 6.42 out of 1012 votes, average: 6.42 out of 1012 votes, average: 6.42 out of 1012 votes, average: 6.42 out of 1012 votes, average: 6.42 out of 1012 votes, average: 6.42 out of 1012 votes, average: 6.42 out of 1012 votes, average: 6.42 out of 1012 votes, average: 6.42 out of 1012 votes, average: 6.42 out of 10

12 votes | Average: 6.42 out of 10

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  1. Went to planet hollywood in april 2007. And the food was great! The portions are rather large so i’m sure you will be full. The desserts are delicious! Would definitely eat here again.

    The only bad thing here is the photographer! Who refuses to go away till he can take a picture, then he makes you pose, not let it be natural and expects for you to pay for the pic after your meal! You don’t have to buy it though, don’t pay for something you dont want!

    By sofie111 on 2nd November 2007 at 2:07 am

  2. Visited Planet Hollywood in March 2007 and had a very nice if somewhat large meal, if ordering Fajitas - be warned you’re provided with 8 wraps and more than enough food to fill them, back home that would be enough for four of us, my son had a burger the size of a dinner plate and the other son ate from the children’s menu, he had the chicken strips, it tried one and it was delicious made with chicken breast meat. We were too full to to even try to force a dessert in.

    The only downside I felt was the photographer, who visits the tables - I don’t like that, although I did buy the photos of the kids. The restaurant was very busy and our waiter was looking after several tables, however I didn’t feel that affected the service at all, drinks and meals arrived within a reasonable time and my kids were too busy taking in the memorabilia and trying to figure out which film(s) they came from to be worried about any wait. I’d definately return here. :)

    By Maleficent-Mum on 20th October 2007 at 11:37 pm

  3. Every year, we visit Disneyland Paris and try and go to Planet Hollywood at least once. This year, we ate three nights on the run! The service is excellent, busy but always available. The rooms are fully packed, but this adds to the atmosphere. As a film buff, eating whilst looking at the surrounds enhances the occassion. The adults and childrens meals are excellent, not cheap offerings, and are filling. Useful tips for parents with small children, go into the little known restaurant at the back of the shop downstairs for a table first. This helps you folding your buggy up and carrying it up the main stairs! Also, keep an eye out for discounts, especially from the Marriott stand outside (they don’t ask for names, just offer discount vouchers). Will definately visit here again!

    By welshleddy on 5th October 2007 at 9:57 pm

  4. The planet Hollywood of old (Which used to care about the food, presentation and Theme of Cafe) has died a death!!! The food is awful, The theming is old an unimaginative! What more can i say……… BRING BACK THE GOOD OLD DAYS

    By mrshindig on 29th September 2007 at 9:41 am

  5. I have been here about half a dozen times, and have always had a brilliant and relatively inexpensive meal. The main dishes, the ones I have tried, have all been great, although on our first visit several years ago it was not too great - it has really improved. The LA Lasagne is amazing, as are the cocktails, plus as a film lover, the surroundings are great, and watching film clips over your dinner is a treat.

    A really nice place to eat, busy during peak times, but before 7pm and after 9pm it is usually only a 10-15 minute wait for a table, if that.

    By wendybird7 on 19th September 2007 at 11:20 am

  6. Went in one evening, it was very busy and it seems they put in as many chairs and tables they can seeze in. Food was ok, not to over rated but ok.

    By miss disney fan on 17th September 2007 at 2:10 pm

  7. This restaurant is popular with kids and is usually very noisy and very busy. The menu is OK, there is a set price menu as well but this doesn’t include the more popular dishes. The food was certainly edible, but last time we were there, there was a over reliance on deep frying. Service was a little sloppy and occasionally rather rude.

    At dinner time, expect to wait for a seat. Try going before the parks close, or go for lunch.

    By lloyddy on 14th September 2007 at 8:40 pm

Planet Hollywood

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