Victoria & Albert’s is one of the most elegant restaurants that you’ll ever dine at. It has won many awards including AAA Five Diamond Award (every year since 2000), Wine Spectator Best of Award of Excellence, Forbes Travel Guide Four Star and Chef Scott Hunnel – Nominee for Best Chef in the South by James Beard Foundation, to name a few.
Guests can experience three types of dining experiences at Victoria & Albert’s. The first is the Dining Room. It seats 14 tables in an elegant dining room with two nightly seatings offering up to seven prix fixe courses.
Queen Victoria’s Room, the newest addition, is an intimate room set apart by doors and service is French gueridon (table side). This experience includes up to ten courses.
Chef’s Table is located in a cozy alcove overlooking the kitchen. This experience offers up to 13 courses and last roughly four hours! You’ll start your evening off with a glass of Champagne and between course, get to interact with Chef Scott Hunnel.
Service: Signature Dining
Location: Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
Hours: 5 pm and 6:35 pm
Disney Dining Plan: Not accepted
Tables in Wonderland: Accepted
Book online or call (407) WDW-DVNA
Dining Room: 135 per person; 200 with wine pairing per person
Chef’s Table and Queen Victoria Room: 200 per person; 305 with wine pairing per person
- Allow for at least two hours for this dining experience.
- Victoria & Albert’s is for guests ages 10 and older only.
- Dress code requires a dinner jacket for men (tie optional) and pant suit or dress for women.
- Credit card required at time of booking to reserve and will not be charged. If you must cancel, do so within one day of the reservation or it is considered a no-show and will be charged $25 per person.
- An excellent choice for a special occasion!
- If you are surprising a foodie with a special night out here we recommend splurging on the Chef’s Table if your pocketbook allows.