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Victoria and Albert’s Restaurant

Victoria and Alberts Dining Room

Serving six courses over 2 hours, Disney’s Victoria and Albert’s Restaurant is one of the most exclusive dining experiences in Florida. And with its AAA five-diamond rating, it’s also one of the three most critically acclaimed restaurants in Florida. During your meal, you will be served by two dedicated servers and be treated to personalized menus. Long-stemmed red roses are given to each female guest.

The Queen Victoria Room is a slightly more secluded option here, seating only six tables of guests. The menu is a bit more customized.

Also available is the Victoria and Albert’s Chef’s Table, an ultra-exclusive dining experience where your party is seated in the kitchen. A personalized 10- or 11-course meal is prepared based on your party’s likes and dislikes after consultation with the executive chef. There is one seating per night for parties of one to 10, and bookings need to be made as close to 180 days ahead as possible. Wine pairings can be added to the meal for an extra cost. Minimum is 2 people.

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Service: Table-Service

Type of Food: American, market-inspired menu changes daily

Location: Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa

Disney Dining Plan: No

Tables in Wonderland: Yes (except Chef’s Table and Queen Victoria Room)

Menu:
Official Disney Menu

Allears.net:
Victoria and Albert’s Restaurant Menu
Victoria and Albert’s Restaurant Vegetarian Menu

A multi-year recipient of the prestigious AAA Five Diamond award, this Signature Dining restaurant serves fine cuisine with wine pairings from an award-winning cellar. The renowned, 6-course prix fixe menu is prepared artfully each day with ingredients culled fresh from the world market. You can see some sample menus in our posts listed below.

Reviews:
Guest Review: Victoria and Albert’s Chef’s Table
Guest Review: Victoria and Albert’s Chef’s Table
Disney Food Blog Review: Victoria & Albert’s Chef’s Table Review
Disney Food Blog Review: Victoria and Albert’s Chef’s Table at the Grand Floridian Resort

Important Info:

  • Victoria and Albert’s does not serve guests under 10 years old.
  • There is a dress code at Victoria and Albert’s: men must wear a dinner jacket, and women must wear a dress or pants ensemble.
  • Valet parking is available for Victoria and Albert’s guests at no charge.
  • There are two seatings per night for the main dining room at Victoria and Albert’s on most nights, and one seating per night for the Chef’s Table; be sure to call (407) WDW-DVNA or 407-939-3862 180 days ahead to get a reservation.

Famous Dishes: Dishes change daily

Disney Food Blog Posts Mentioning Victoria and Albert’s

  • Disney Food Pics of the Week: Coffee!
  • Disney Food Post Round-Up: September 1, 2013
  • News! Changes to Disney World Tables in Wonderland Dining Discounts for 2014
  • Disney Popcorn Gallery
  • The Most Popular Disney World Restaurants (and Alternatives When They’re Full)
  • DFB Readers Choose! Best Disney Restaurants for Quiet Dining
  • Review: Victoria and Albert’s Chef’s Table at the Grand Floridian Resort
  • Disney Food For Families: Teachable Moments at Disney Restaurants
  • News! Disney Chef Scott Hunnel Named James Beard Award Semi-Finalist; Wolfgang Puck To Receive Lifetime Achievement Award
  • Walt Disney World New Year’s Eve Dining and Special Events

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