Exquisite new ten course menu debuts at Walt Disney World’s Victoria & Alberts


There is quote possibly no finer dining at a theme park, or in Central Florida, than Victoria & Alberts at the Grand Floridian at Walt Disney World. The restaurant is one of only three restaurants to garner the coveted AAA Five Diamond Award in the state of Florida,  and the only restaurant in Central Florida to get the award. Now, there’s another reason to venture to the prestigious restaurant.  Actually,  there’s ten more reasons.



The always elegant, and exquisite Victoria & Alberts is adding an all new Chef’s Degustation Menu, which will be a series of 10 small courses, inspired by  Chef Scott Hunnel’s travels to Asia, Spain, Italy and France. The new menu will be paired with an exclusive selection of wines from the Victoria & Alberts wine cellar.

The new menu is one of three dining experiences at the restaurant, with the elegant Chef’s Table, and normal seven course dining experiences remaining. All three offering a different taste, for different palettes.

$185 ($250 with wine pairings); the 10-course menu is $235 ($340 with wine pairings). Dinner in the Queen Victoria Room is $340, and includes 10 courses paired with wine. The Chef’s Table in the kitchen is $250. All three are amazing choices, and all three are completely worth the price.

The restaurant is open daily for dinner, and reservations are required.

Call  call 407-939-3862 to make your reservation today.

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