Victoria & Albert’s named an iconic restaurant by Zagat

Victoria & Albert’s at Disney’s Grand Floridian is known for it’s amazing food, exceptional service and extensive wine list. In addition to it’s many honors, it can now add Most Iconic Restaurant to its list.

Victoria & Albert's - pork tenderloin

Kurobuta pork tenderloin and belly with baby beets and sherry-bacon vinaigrette at Victoria & Albert’s

Earlier this month Zagat has released a list of 15 restaurants that it believes to be the most iconic and “embody the essence of their city”. Victoria & Albert’s had the highest ratings with 29 for food, 28 for decor and 29 for service (30 is a perfect score).

Zagat described Victoria & Albert’s as “A once-in-a-lifetime experience, this Grand Floridian celebration destination earns superlatives all around, from chef Scott Hunnel’s exquisite, beautifully presented New American prix fixes to impeccable service – and an über-romantic, high-end setting where elegance rules (jackets are required for men); you may need to hock one of your kids to pay, but those trying to impress say there’s “no finer place.”

Other restaurants that made the list are The Colonnade Restaurant in Altanta, Ga; Salt Lick in Austin, TX; Parker’s in Boston, MA; Gibson’s Steakhouse in Chicago, IL; Alan Wong’s in Honolulu, HI; Golden Steer Steak House in Las Vegas, NV; Spago (Wolfgang Puck’s restaurant) in Los Angeles, CA; Joe’s Stone Crab in Miami, FL; Galatoire’s in New Orleans, LA; Four Seasons Restaurant in New York City, NY; City Tavern in Philadelphia, PA; Jake’s Famous Crawfish in Portland, OR; Swan Oyster Depot in San Francisco, CA and Old Ebbitt Grill in Washington, DC.

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