Victoria & Albert Website and New Queen Victoria’s Room Menu

Queen Victoria's Room at Victoria and Albert's

Queen Victoria's Room at Victoria and Albert's

News! You recall when we speculated about a new, exclusive Queen Victoria’s Room addition to Victoria and Albert’s? It’s here! You can read about it on the new Victoria and Albert’s website: Queen Victoria’s Room description.

They also have menus posted, including the Chef’s Table and Queen Victoria’s Room Menu. I’ve typed it out below:

Deviled Quail Egg with American Caviar
Tomato-Fennel Custard Baked in the Shell
Heirloom Tomato Sorbet with Olive Oil Powder
Italian Buffalo Mozzarella with Toasted Pine Nuts
Tomato Carpaccio, and Octopus
Bruno Paillard Brut Première Cuvée NV

Sesame-crusted Bigeye Tuna with Tatsoi Salad and Tamari-Honey Foam
Marcel Deiss Pinot Blanc Bergheim, Alsace 2005

“Cold-Smoked” Maine Lobster with Apple-Curry Vinaigrette and Radishes
Veuve Clicquot Rosé NV

Wild Turbot with Toasted Capers and Meyer Lemon
S de Suduiraut, Graves 2005

Poulet Rouge with Mushroom-Truffle Ragoût, English Peas,
Yellow Chanterelles, and White Truffles
Chambolle Musigny “Les Charmes” Daniel Moine-Hudelot 1996

Marcho Farms Veal Tenderloin with Marble Potatoes and Sauce Soubise
Marchese Antinori Tenuta Guado al Tasso, Bolgheri 2000

Tasting of Australian “Kobe” Beef Tenderloin and Japanese Wagyu
Strip Loin with Oxtail Jus
Chateau Montelena, Napa 2004

Colston Bassett Stilton, Coach Farm Goat, Gouda Beemster XO,
36-Month Aged Parmigiano-Reggiano, and Thomasville Tomme
Taylor-Fladgate 20 year old Tawny Porto

Blackberry Sorbet, Vanilla Bean Crème Brûlée, and Caramelized Banana Gâteau
Tanzanie Chocolate Pyramid, Hawaiian Kona Chocolate Soufflé,
and Peruvian Chocolate Ice Cream on Puff Pastry
“Celebes” Coffee, Tea, and Friandises

Scott Hunnel, Chef de Cuisine c Erich Herbitschek, Pastry Chef c Israel Pérez, Maître d’Hôtel

Menu Prix Fixe $195.00 per Guest. Wine Pairings $95.0o per Guest.
Pricing does not include tax and gratuity. All menu items and pricing subject to change.

© 2010, The Walt Disney Company

Victoria’s Room Press Release

Queen Victoria’s Room is behind closed doors just off the main dining room. With just four tables, restaurant manager Israel Perez promises attention to your every whim. They’ve brought back French gueridon service – a gueridon is a fancy rolling cart that goes from table to table for customized service and “wow” factor – a flourish of Himalayan sea salt atop your filet, a decadent wine sauce or a lavish display of cheese, for instance.

Anyone who’s tasted Chef Scott Hunnel’s exquisite creations knows this is a memorable affair. How often do you savor perfectly seared Kurobuta pork tenderloin and belly, or butter-poached lobster with bisque and lobster roe foam? And vegans and vegetarians are Hunnel’s favorite challenge. The sommelier happily will pair something delicious with each of the 10 courses. Yes, 10 courses, but they’re small. Still, plan on three to four hours of leisurely dining.

It’s worth the price of a baby-sitter – no kids under 10 are allowed in the dining room, so you’re guaranteed an evening of blissful quiet. Be advised, men must wear jackets (tie optional) for this formal affair.

You’ll float out the door with a long-stemmed rose for women and personalized menus for everyone to carry home. Cost for Queen Victoria’s Room is $200 per person, plus $95 for wine pairings. The restaurant has its own reservation line, 407/939-3862. There is just one seating nightly.

Source: Thanks to Walt Disney World Travels
Photo: Copyright Victoria and Albert’s


  1. Ro says

    $400 for two people before taxes, tip, and beverages just baffles me. The menu sounds worth it, though. Must be an amazing experience!

  2. says

    Ro — Agreed. And there’s discussion on message boards about the wine pairings being mandatory…which would add another $100 per person to tab. We shall see…

  3. LM says

    When you went can you please tell me prix fix how much it was per person. i am seeing on some websites that is $125. others say $200. also is the wine thing in the earlier post true and is it true that it is however much pre tax, tip, etc. or is that all included in your price.

  4. Mimi says

    This sounds like it would be wonderful, but I can’t imagine plunking down $500 for a dinner for two. Who has this kind of money to spend??? And do you suppose this includes the tip? Ah well, maybe if I win the lottery, or better yet, find my Prince Charming…

  5. Taylor says

    I am trying to a report and I chose to eat here. How much does it cost? If any know. It would be appreciated. I have to pretend I’m going on a dream vacation with one other person and I chose this place to go to after a fun day at Orlando Grand Prix and Gatorland. Information would be helpful!

  6. Joe Kalish says

    Im going in may, i will certainly let everyone know after i dine. Its 210 a person i believe. Wine pairing is not mandatory.

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