Pizzeria Bella Notte

Pizzeria Bella Notte

Pizzeria Bella Notte

Pizzeria Bella Notte

Pizzeria Bella Notte

Pizzeria Bella Notte

Pizzeria Bella Notte

Pizzeria Bella Notte

Pizzeria Bella Notte

Pizzeria Bella Notte

Pizzeria Bella Notte

Pizzeria Bella Notte

Beautiful counter-service restaurant themed to "Lady and the Tramp" with a great selection of pizza and pasta.

Arguably the most beautifully decorated of all of the parks counter-service restaurants, Pizzeria Bella Note takes its theme from Disney's classic animated feature "Lady and the Tramp". Who can ever forget one of Disney's most memorable scenes as the two stars share a bowl of spaghetti and meatballs as they are serenaded by the two chefs? (Sculptures of whom can be found seemingly carved from stone columns in the dining area of the restaurant).

Other decoration includes beautifully painted murals from key scenes from the film to the fabulous theming surrounding the counter area where delightful chandeliers appear to be formed from bunches of grapes.

Specialising in pizza and pasta the restaurant offers reasonably priced food in a great surrounding. The spaghetti is tasty and surprisingly filling and the Tiramisu is delicious.

Tips

The outside seating area is an ideal place to relax on a sunny day. It's also a great area to break for a late lunch and watch the parade, as it passes right outside.

Guests should also keep an eye out for the restaurants facade which, inspired by Pisa's famous tower seems to slightly lean to one side.

Compact

  • Service: Counter service
  • Food: Pizza, pasta
  • Priceclass: Priceclass 2 (of 5)

Specials

Christmas in the early 1930's. Walt Disney had just become famous with his big star Mickey Mouse. He wanted to present to his wife Lilly a very special gift. What she found beneath the Christmas tree was a hat box. Expecting to find a new hat of the latest fashion she opened the large ribbon around the box and found... a puppy.

Years later, Walt Disney used this exact same scene for one of his most beloved animated features: "Lady and the Tramp". Compared to previous works, "Lady and the Tramp" had a very simple, but also very charming story. To create the world of a dog, Walt also decided to use Cinemascope for the first time for one of his animated features. (Cinemascope is still a rare thing for animation. Besides "Lady and the Tramp" [1955], only "Sleeping Beauty" [1959], "The Black Cauldron" [1985], "A Bug's Life" [1998] and most recently "Atlantis - The Lost Empire" [2001] have used it.)

"Lady and the Tramp" soon became a classic and the famous "spaghetti-scene" is now being considered as one of the greatest moments of Hollywood. While at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom, guests can dine at a table service restaurant called Tony's Town Square Restaurant situated right on Main Street, the Imagineers decided to create something completly new for Disneyland Paris. They chose to build a counter-service restaurant, which would not only referr to "Lady and the Tramp", but would also add an Italian touch to Fantasyland, which already featured French, English and German "corners".

As a sentimental touch to Disney history, they used broken tiles of a mural, that Disney artist Mary Blair (whose work is also visible at Disneyland Paris just a few meters away from Pizzeria Bella Notte at it's a small world) had created for Disneyland's Tomorrowland. Those broken tiles are now part of the wales of this very special counter-service restaurant.

DLP.info votings

Child:
2,5 Spacer
Atmosphere:
4,5
Adult:
3,0  
Range of Offers:
3,5
Vegetarian:
2,0  
Quality:
3,5
Themeing:
4,5  
Price/Quality Ratio:
3,5

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