Remy's Ratatouille Adventure

Disney never stops bringing more and more magic to life. It's imagineers work hard to keep bringing something new and exciting and transform our regular world into a fairytale imagination. Age is no factor when you are at Disney and this mama is never gonna stop feeling the Disney magic. 

I was invited to the media preview of Remy's Ratatouille Adventure and got to experience the ride and the extention of France before the ride is open to public on Oct 1st at the 50th Anniversary of Magic kingdom. 

The ride was super cute. You shrink down to the size of Remy and go through and adventure of your own. In this 4D ride experience, join Chef Remy on a daring culinary caper that will captivate all your senses as you zip, dash and scurry through the bustling kitchen, dining room and walls of Gusteau’s famous Paris restaurant (Disneyparks)

Virtual Queue Required

When Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure initially opens, in order to experience the attraction, Guests will be required to join the virtual queue. A standby queue will not be available at opening. The virtual queue will be limited and subject to availability. Each Guest can enter the virtual queue no more than once per day.

We got to taste the delicious sweet and savory food at La creperie de paris. The food was perfection. They even have the famous Ratatouille which was so full of flavor. The crepes were a gooey and droolworthy blend of flavors with chocolate and strawberry syrup drizzled on top.

There are a lot of fun elements to the design of this area. You will be able to spot "hidden" Remys in various spots. 

Ton of new merchandise is also on the way. You can get the iconic Remy himself. Or a chef's hat which will light up and you can see a silhouette of Remy, a light up cheese necklace or a Remy hoodie. 

It is going to be a lot of fun for the entire family to explore France from a unique point of view with yummy flavorful dishes and a fun ride.

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