Dining at Victoria and Albert’s

Disney World’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa is nice, but it’s premier restaurant, Victoria & Albert’s, is glamorous. Victoria & Albert’s enjoys a reputation as the best restaurant in Disney World. However, truth be told, it’s one of the best restaurants in the entire city of Orlando. Each night, Chef Hunnel serves up a unique set of dishes, created that day from fresh ingredients available on the world market. Guests are never disappointed with anything Chef Hunnel and his fantastic team might cook up at Victoria & Albert’s. It’s the restaurant’s creativity and spectacular service that has earned it the AAA Five Diamond award for 13 years straight.

Of course, a gourmet dinner experience like the one at Victoria & Albert’s doesn’t come cheap. The cost of eating in the main dining room is $135 per person (prix fixe menu) with wine pairings starting at $65 per guest. (Remember, tax and gratuity are not included.)

If you’d like to have an even classier experience, consider either Queen Victoria’s Room or the Chef’s Table, where prices begin at $210 per guest and wine pairings at $105. Also, children under the age of ten are not welcome at Victoria & Albert’s.

While this restaurant experience may not be top on your children’s list of things-to-do at Disney World, you and your spouse should definitely consider visiting Victoria & Albert’s for a romantic evening out. Drop the kids off for daycare at Neverland, and head over to the Grand Floridian, where you can enjoy a two to two-and-a-half hour-long meal with the harp, roses, and fine food and wine.

Victoria & Albert’s certainly isn’t the most affordable dining option available to you, but with the money you saved buying discount Disney World tickets, why not treat yourself to something truly remarkable? It’s guaranteed to be an experience you’ll never forget!

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