Classic Victorian elegance meets haute American cuisine at Victoria & Albert’s, the AAA Five Diamond Award® recipient since 2000. Innovative cooking, impeccable service and opulent décor captivate the senses at this intimate, award-winning oasis located in Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. Guests dining at Victoria & Albert’s will enjoy soft melodies from the harpist, beautiful fresh flowers, warm candlelight and gorgeous tableware. The knowledgeable waitstaff, wearing Victorian attire, welcome Guests and cater to their dining needs.
Victoria & Albert’s avant-garde menu changes daily, inspired by the freshest seasonal ingredients available on the global market, such as truffles from Italy, beef from Japan, poulet rouge from North Carolina and oysters from northern Florida. Whether you enjoy up to 7 prix fixe courses in the Dining Room, 10 in Queen Victoria’s Room or 10 at the Chef’s Table, each bite is artfully displayed haute cuisine at its finest. You can find the full menu here.
The following dress code, age and reservation requirements as posted on the Walt Disney World website:
Guests must wear proper attire.Men must wear dinner jackets with dress pants or slacks and shoes. Ties are optional. Women may wear a cocktail dress, nice dress, dressy pant suit or a skirt with a blouse. Jeans, shorts, capri pants, sandals, flip-flops or tennis shoes are not permitted.
Guests ages 10 and above are invited to dine at this establishment.
Advance reservations are required. Guests can make reservations by calling (407) WDW-DVNA or (407) 939-3862—up to 180 days prior to your visit. (Online reservations are currently not available.) Please note that there is a cancellation policy that can result in charges if you cancel with insufficient notice. The specific policies will be detailed at the time of your booking.
For a full review of dinner at Victoria & Alberts, the article, Guilty Pleasure Dining at WDW: Victoria & Albert’s, posted to our site in April, 2015.