Details on the new Ratatouille ride seem to appear as fast as the average Anglophone can say ‘Ratatouille: L’aventure totatelement Toquée de Rémy’ correctly. But let’s not let that stop us.
Well, yesterday (5th March 2014) a press release appeared hidden away in a dark corner of the internet. It, effectively summarised the AGM news from a few weeks ago with a few minor details added. Ready for them?
- The ride will take place in Gusteau’s restaurant.
- The ride will take us from the rooftops of Paris, to the kitchen via the cold storage room and the dining room.
- The restaurant depicted in the ride will be watched over by Chef Skinner (as expected from the concept art).
- Confirmation that the restaurant will serve Ratatouille.
So, whilst not a lot of new information – this does come as confirmation from Disneyland Paris. Little by little more information is being revealed about this ride, and it’s becoming very exciting.
In other Ratatouille news, scaffolding is being taken down across the Place de Rémy revealing stunning realistic Parisian street. If this is the direction that Walt Disney Studios want to take in all the future projects, we can be satisfied.
Don’t know what to think about the pink house behind the luxury lampost. Kind of cartoon style in a realistic street pic.twitter.com/bEj0hC0Lo3
— Mickey1929 (@1929Mickey) March 5, 2014
One of the best things about this project is the level of detail going into the build of the area – it really does look like we’re going to be immersed in Rémy’s world, it’s going to be very interesting to follow this project further and further down the line. Which, of course, you can do on our Ratatouille Tracker – which is now linked from the top of every page on the website – and coming soon (next month) our Ratatouille mini-site, which will allow you to discover the attraction in even more beautiful detail!
Ratatouille: L’Aventure Totalement Toquée de Rémy opens this Summer in the Walt Disney Studios Park along with the Bistrot Chez Rémy boutique. The Souvenirs chez Marianne will open later in the year and will offer a breath of fresh air to all Disneyland Paris fans as we stroll down the Parisian street saying ‘This is what a Disney park should look like’.