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.
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:
CHEF’S TABLE AND QUEEN VICTORIA’S ROOM SEASONAL MENU
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 [Read more…]