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Apart form the cast singing happy birthday and bring an cake to the table what else to they do to celebrate your birthday in the restaurant at Disneyland Paris. Also what restaurant at Disneyland Paris can you celebrate your birthday.
We celebrated my birthday in both Café Mickey and the Blue Lagoon. On both occasions, I think we had the singing of happy birthday and the cake, plus we had lots of fun with the characters at Café Mickey.
You can have a standard birthday cake delivered to any sit-down restaurant on property (well, except a handful of places in the Disney Village that aren't owned by Disney). They will put a name on the cake and sing happy birthday, as mentioned.
I'm not sure there's much else they could do? Do you have anything in particular in mind?
Is there a way I can still celebrate my birthday in Cafe Mickey or Auberge De Cendrillon without have an birthday cake, since my mum think because the birthday cake for 6-8 people both of us will not to be able to eat the entire cake and do not want to waste cake either.
Sure, just mention that it's your birthday when you check in at the restaurant. You can tell them that you didn't order a cake because it's just the two of you so hopefully, they'll still do something special for you (like sing Happy Birthday).
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