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Guest Review: Victoria and Albert’s Chef’s Table

A review of the Chef’s Table dining experience at Victoria & Albert’s located at Disney’s Grand Floridian. Chef Scott Hunnel serves a special honeymoon dinner.

Disney Food for Families: Learning Opportunities for the Budding Chef

Treat your kids to a culinary exploration by looking in on the open kitchens and talking to the chefs and food/beverage cast members in Disney World!

News: New Dining Plan Options and Chef Hunnel Named James Beard Semi-Finalist

Disney Food News! Pollo Campero, Fresh-A-Peel and BabyCakes NYC are added to the Disney Dining Plan. Chef Hunnel of Victoria & Albert’s is named a semi-finalist in 2011 James Beard Foundation awards.

Disney World and Disneyland Dining for Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s dining at Disneyland and Walt Disney World. Romantic dining locations and specialized menus are highlighted.

Guest Review: Victoria & Albert’s Chef’s Table

We have another great review from the Victoria and Albert’s Chef’s Table in Walt Disney World’s Grand Floridian Resort! 5-diamond cuisine at its finest.

Orlando Sentinel Foodie Awards Include Several WDW Area Restaurants

The Orlando Sentinel announces the 13th Annual Foodie awards, including outstanding restaurants in Walt Disney World.

Victoria and Albert’s Time Lapse Video

A Disney World first — a time lapse video of dinner at Victoria and Albert’s!

2010 DFB Choice Award Winners

The winners of the 2010 DFB Choice Awards have been announced! Find out what thousands of Disney Food Blog readers chose as their favorite restaurants and snacks in Disney parks.

“The Best Thing I Ever Ate in Disney!”: Appetizers & Sides

Today we’re capturing some reader-suggested favorites for our “The Best Thing I Ever Ate in Disney!” series. This week — Appetizers and Side Dishes are highlighted!

The Most Popular Disney World Restaurants (And Alternatives When They’re Full)

Ever wonder which Disney restaurants are the toughest to book — and where to go when they’ll all full? Here’s a great primer on popular Disney restaurants and their less-popular counterparts.