13 Easter Eggs At Remy’s "Ratatouille" Adventure In EPCOT

Disney fans have been enamored with a world-class chef who also appears to be a rat for more than 14 years. Yes, I'm referring to Remy from Ratatouille. The concept of a ride based on this film isn't new (Disneyland Paris has a version) but this is the first time it's been made in the United States. These Remy's Ratatouille Adventure Easter eggs will transport you to Pixar's depiction of the 2007 film as you tour the enlarged France Pavilion in Epcot.
Remy's Ratatouille Adventure has been added to EPCOT's World Showcase, along with an extension to the current France pavilion, and it opened on October 1, 2021. Behind the pavilion, a new area styled as a Parisian street serves as a mini-land for the new attraction. Especially, the rides service 3D glasses for you to see everything from a “rat’s eye view” so that you can enjoy Remy's epic escape.
Take a peek at Remy's Ratatouille Adventure for ten Easter eggs.

#1 Pizza Planet Truck in the first scene of Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure.

#2 The designs in the wallpaper with the dark red, the outlines who look like Remy and Emile and Eiffel Tower design

#3 On your way to the ride, you’ll pass by a storefront called La Cave D’Ego, which is named after the food critic in the film, Anton Ego.

#4 The dates on the wine bottles represent the year the movie came out, 2007, the year the ride first open at Disneyland Paris, 2014, and 2021, for the opening of the ride here at EPCOT.

#5 The moped looks exactly like the black motorbike Colette rides in the movie.

#6 The red scooter belongs to none other than Chef Skinner.

#7 You can spot a sign for the office of Nadar Lessard, the health inspector from the film that has a little run-in with Remy’s friends and family.

#8 You’ll see two rat shapes with curlicue tails facing each other on the fences.

#9 The sides of the sconces have hidden pieces of cheese.

#10 The fountain has some rat details and each of them would make it look like one rat-running if you were to spin the whole fountain

#11 There are rat tracks in the ride's queue

#12 Animators coined the term “Crookedology,” to describe the film’s unique style.

#13 You can peep a hidden Mickey in the signature of a work of art that you'll pass in the artist’s loft was created especially for the EPCOT version of the attraction

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