While we love a signature dining experience like Victoria & Albert’s, there certainly comes a time where we have to wonder if it’s still worth the price. If you’ve been considering booking the Chef’s Table, you now have an additional $100 per person to consider. Let’s break the entire experience down to determine if a $350 dinner at Disney World is really worth it.
Victoria and Albert’s Restaurant is one of Disney Word’s most critically-acclaimed restaurants. It offers some of the finest signature dining restaurants you’ll find on the property and it’s where a lot of guests like to spend some BIG BUCKS!
But while the AAA Five Diamond Award-winning restaurant at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort will already set you back some major moola, it looks the price of the Chef’s Table is about to go up by A LOT!
Today we’re taking you along with us to the height of luxury in Disney World Dining.
Book a babysitter for the littlest kiddos and put on your “going out” clothes, because we are heading to the land where chocolates are served with white gloves and truffles abound! We’re dining at Victoria and Albert’s!
We’re feeling a strong urge to splurge coming on! Luckily for us, we know all the best places to find some of Disney World’s priciest stuff! Come along with us and let us spoil you, TOO!
Who’s ready to roll like a Disney World VIP? You are? That’s good because here we go!
Tables in Wonderland members will want to be informed about an upcoming member-exclusive Event.
June 13th will present a new offering for The Chef’s Table Experience. The Contemporary Resort Chef’s Table Experience will present the Contemporary Catering Chefs and Service Staff at the Exclusive Chef’s Table located backstage at Disney’s Contemporary Resort Convention Center. [Read more…]
New dates have been added for two Tables in Wonderland member-exclusive events!
These events take place at Disney’s Contemporary Resort Convention Center, and space is limited.
During the three- hour Culinary Adventures with the Chefs of Disney: An Interactive Cooking Experience participants will learn tips and tricks from Disney chefs that include hands-on practice and direction!
We’ve got a lot to look forward to in Walt Disney World in 2019! While we’re all waiting for Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge to open in the fall, though, we can enjoy some fantastic dining experiences at the Contemporary January through March. These experiences usually book up quickly, so don’t wait to make your reservation.
at the Grand Floridian Resort and Spa is the foremost restaurant for fine dining in Walt Disney World.
Victoria and Albert’s Restaurant
Elegance is paramount in every aspect of the dining experience at Victoria & Albert’s, from decor to service to food. If you and your significant other want a fancy, sophisticated night out, Victoria & Albert’s — with its dinner jackets-level dress code and ten-and-older age restriction — is a unique experience.
What sets Victoria & Albert’s apart from other fine dining at Walt Disney World is the personalization that goes into each guest’s experience. About a week before guests dine here, the restaurant reaches out to learn about each diner’s allergies, likes, and dislikes.
Personalization can take multiple forms at Victoria & Albert’s, from the substitution of a specific ingredient to the creation of an entirely new dish, and so diners receive dishes that suit their likes from start to finish. That’s pretty amazing.
I’ve dined at Victoria and Albert’s multiple times, but usually I choose the chef’s table in the kitchen. This time I headed into the regular dining room. I wanted to figure out 1) Is the experience worth the money, and 2) Which is better — the Chef’s Table or the Main Dining Room? Let’s find out.
Victoria & Albert’s has three dining room experiences from which to choose: the Main Dining Room, the Queen Victoria Room, and the Chef’s Table. As I mentioned, on this visit, I dined in the Main Dining Room, which houses layers upon layers of tasteful Victorian style. Luxurious window and wall treatments, muted colors, and classic wood accents create a space that is comfortable, but formal. [Read more…]
Editor’s Note: Kouzzina’s Chef’s Table has been discontinued.
We mentioned back in December that Kouzzina was going to be announcing a Chef’s Table soon, but now we actually have some details thanks to reader Chris H!
We’ve also got some updates about the Flying Fish Chef’s Counter next door to Kouzzina (thanks to the same!).
Kouzzina Chef’s Table
offers a Chef’s Table tasting menu at this Boardwalk Resort restaurant, and Iron Chef Cat Cora’s worked hard at creating the menu! (Nope, Cat’s not usually there, but at least her stamp is on the dishes.)
Guests of the Chef’s Table will be presented with some of Cat Cora’s personal favorites during this five-course experience in the intimate CoraNation Room. Explore the flavors of the Mediterranean as the Chef (the day to day Chef; not Cora herself) interacts during the presentation of each course. While candles flicker, your dinner will include fresh seafood and oak-grilled specialties. Check out a photo of the appetizer course here.
The Kouzzina Chef’s Table experience costs $69.23 per person and can accommodate up to 24 people (age 10 and older). Complement your special meal with wine pairings for an additional $35-plus per person. Payment is due when reserving. A dress code applies: Men – Khakis, slacks, jeans, dress shorts, collared shirts. Sport coats are optional. Ladies – Capris, skirts, dresses, jeans, dress shorts. Reservations which are highly recommended can be made at 407-939-3463 up to 180 days in advance of your meal. Please note any special diet needs when booking. A 48 hour cancellation policy is in effect.
Friday and Saturday 6:30 p.m.
Flying Fish Chef’s Counter Update
The Flying Fish Cafe’s Chef’s Counter offers a memorable meal for guests 21 and over!
Previously guests were seated in six chairs on the left side of the saute/pasta station. Due to popular demand, more seats have been added to this special tasting experience! At least 3 additional seats are now available on the right side directly in front of the fish/risotto station. These new seats can get a bit [Read more…]