Looking for world class dining? Look no further than Victoria & Albert's.

Victoria & Albert’s Ranked #3 Restaurant In US

Promotions. Graduations. Birthdays. Anniversaries that end in a “0”. These are all events worth celebrating.

Of course, Disney prides itself as being a destination that is perfect for celebrating. You can even get a free “I’m Celebrating” button if you visit Disney Guest Services as you enter a theme park so that everyone knows you are ready to party.

However, if you are looking for something a bit more refined, romantic, or over-the-top special, you can plan an extraordinary meal at a most special restaurant: Victoria and Albert’s restaurant at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa.

Perfect for foodies or anyone looking for a unforgettable evening, Victoria and Albert’s has won award after award.

Looking for world class dining?  Look no further than Victoria & Albert's.
Looking for world class dining?  Look no further than Victoria & Albert’s.

Just a few of the past awards bestowed on this restaurant include:

  • AAA Four Diamond Award
  • Epicurean Rendezvous Top 25 Most Romantic Restaurants
  • Restaurant Hospitality Table Top Contest
  • Wine Spectator Award of Excellence

The Latest Award

Now, Vicky and Al can add another feather in their cap: The number three position on the Travelers’ Choice list of favorite fine-dining restaurants. This particular award, which is based on millions of reviews from the TripAdvisor site, names travelers’ favorite fine dining establishments.

Only two other restaurants scored better, including Colicchio & Sons in New York City and Restaurant Gary Danko in San Francisco. Other restaurants further down the list from Victoria and Albert’s include the renowned French Room in Dallas, Texas and the Inn at Little Washington in Washington, Virginia.

It’ll Cost Ya

Of course, eating at such a celebrated restaurant doesn’t come cheap. The cost for the prix fixe meal is $135 per person. You can add on a wine pairing for $65 per person, and there are opportunities to upgrade your meal. For example, you can add an ounce of caviar for an extra $210.

If you really want the most special of special experiences, you can reserve the Chef’s Table. The cost? A cool $210 per person for dinner, plus an extra $105 per person for wine pairings.

Tax, alcohol and gratuity are not included.

Just think – if you can afford dinner at Victoria and Albert’s, that alone is worthy of a celebration!

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