Located in Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, the flagship hotel of Walt
Disney World Resort, Victoria & Albert's
is Orlando's premiere dining destination for both tourists and local residents.
With its opulent Victorian setting, enhanced by fine tableware, extraordinary
food and impeccable service, Victoria & Albert's provides the perfect backdrop
for a relaxed evening of fine dining or celebrating a special occasion.
This renowned restaurant has consistently been the recipient of the prestigious AAA Five Diamond award since 1990. AAA Five Diamond Awards are exclusive honors given to establishments that consistently provide a world-class dining experience. In 2010, only 42 such awards were given to restaurants in the United States.
The unique menus at Victoria & Albert’s are created daily, with a focus on combining freshest, seasonal ingredients from markets around the globe. Extra attention is paid to showcase ingredients from local artisans, Florida seaports and area farms.
Award winning Chef Scott Hunnel has been creating the avant-garde menu for Victoria & Albert’s since 1995. Drawing from his world travels, Chef Hunnel adds an imaginative and contemporary approach to his knowledge of classic European techniques to create haute cuisine at its finest.
With a selection of over 500 wines, Victoria & Albert’s is continually ranked with ‘Best Award of Excellence’ from Wine Spectator.
Because of its limited seating and popularity as a place to celebrate special events, it is best to make reservations as early as possible. Reservations can be made up to 180 days in advance by calling 407-WDW-DVNA (939-3862).
Valet parking is available at no additional cost.
Children under 10 will only be served at the Chef’s Table
Proper attire is required:
Men – Dinner jackets with dress pants/ slacks and shoes
Ladies- Cocktail dress, dressy pant suit, skirt/blouse, nice dress
The Victorian Dining Room
Upon entering the elegant Victorian Dining Room, the diner is captivated by the romantic ambiance of fine linens, Wedgwood china and the music of a harp playing gently in the background. It is here that artfully prepared intimate dinners are served in an adult oriented atmosphere.
Emulating a time of lavish dining and luxury that could only be found in London or Paris, the main dining room of Victoria & Albert’s has just 18 tables. The waitstaff, clad in traditional Victorian attire, provide attentive butler-style service to each table.
Imported crystal, personalized menus, and a long-stemmed rose are just a few of the amenities that enhance the 2 – 2 ½ hour dining experience.
There are two nightly seatings in the Victorian Dining Room offering a prix fixe seven course dinner which can include a wine pairing.
Queen Victoria’s Room
Taking the decadence a step further is the newly created Queen Victoria’s Room just off the main dining room. With just four tables behind the closed doors, an intimate and elegant dining experience awaits.
Customized service in the French gueridon style prepares meals tableside, allowing diners to add their own personalized touch to each dish. Expect flawless service, where your every whim is attended to. Diners can select up to thirteen courses, all of which are prepared table-side.
Perfect for a romantic evening out or special occasion, in the Queen offers one seating nightly. Diners have the option of the number of courses for their dinner along with wine pairings.
Prepare yourself for a behind the scenes look at the magic that goes into making Victoria & Albert’s Disney’s (and Orlando’s) premiere dining experience. At your table located in private alcove tucked away inside the kitchen, you will have the opportunity to watch and interact with the chef at work as he creates your meal during the evening's adventure.
Only one table per evening with one seating is available. The Chef’s Table can accommodate up to ten people, or an intimate dinner for 2 can be requested. This is the only area in the restaurant where children under 10 will be served.
Up to 13 courses are available to offer small yet decadent tastes of the chef’s daily creations. A wait staff of 2 is on hand to serve and accommodate your every request. If the Royal Wine Pairing is selected, a sommelier will select the appropriate vintages to enhance each course of your meal.
Depending upon the number of courses selected, a dinner at Chef’s Table can last up to 4 hours.