Fixed price, $150 per person or $215 with wine pairings; Chef’s Table and Queen Victoria’s Room, $210 or $315 with wine pairings.
Hunnel (a James Beard Foundation nominee) and his team prepare modern American cuisine with the best of the best from around the world. While the main dining room and Queen Victoria’s Room are whisper-quiet, the convivial Chef’s Table is a different experience altogether. For epicures, it’s a bargain.
Setting and Atmosphere
Frette linens, Riedel crystal, Christofle silver—with only 18 tables in the main dining room and Queen Victoria’s Room with seating for 8, this is the top dining experience at Disney World. A winner of AAA’s Five Diamond Award—the only restaurant in Central Florida so honored—Victoria & Albert’s is civilized, lavish, and expensive.
The menu changes daily, but you might find Minnesota elk tenderloin, Alaskan salmon, local free-range Poulet Rouge chicken, and Australian Kobe-style beef on chef Scott Hunnel’s menu. Pastry chef Erich Herbitschek’s desserts are divine.
A harpist or violinist entertains from the foyer. But the best show is in the kitchen when you book the Chef’s Table, where Hunnel crafts a personalized menu.
Requires Credit Card to Reserve:
Requires Pre-payment in Full: No
Disney Dining Plan
Does not participate
|When to go||Anytime|
|Parking||Valet (free); self-parking is deceptively far away; restaurant will validate parking ticket|
|Wine||700 on the menu, 4,200 more in the cellar.|
|Dress||Jacket required for men, evening attire for women|
|Dinner Hours||Two seatings nightly at 5:45-6:30 p.m. and 9-9:45 p.m., plus 1 seating at 6 p.m. for the Chef's Table.|