TripAdviser voted Victoria & Albert’s number 2 restaurant in the US
Victoria & Albert’s, located in Disney World’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, was voted the second-best fine dining restaurant in America among TripAdvisor’s 2017 Best Fine Dining Restaurants in their Travelers’ Choice awards – the only Florida restaurant to make this prestigious list!
Earlier this year, Executive Chef Scott Hunnel, Chef de Cuisine Aimee Rivera, maître d’hotel Israel Perez and Master Pastry Chef Erich Herbitschek also received AAA’s highest award, the Five Diamond Award.
They feature a table that can accommodate 10 people in the damn kitchen. Guests gather around the coveted Chef’s Table for a front-row seat of the action. The evening starts with a champagne toast as the Victoria & Albert’s culinary team begin to craft your multi-course dinner (up to 11 courses). The experience offers small tastes of everything from caviar and Maine scallops to Japanese beef paired with wine and spirits. Because the table is in the kitchen, it makes it really easy to customize your menu with the chef. Sounds like a perfect option for those with dietary restrictions! Easy conversation with the chefs and sommelier between courses makes the meal as entertaining as it is delicious.
While we would love a chance at this experience, our paychecks don’t have a bunch of zeroes behind it YET. So, it’s definitely Not Club 33.
Victoria & Albert’s was the only Florida restaurant to make this prestigious list. Here was the Top 10.
Daniel – New York City, New York
Victoria & Albert’s – Orlando, Florida (Disney World)
Charleston Grill – Charleston, South Carolina
Alinea – Chicago, Illinois
Chef and the Farmer – Kinston, North Carolina
Halls Chophouse – Charleston, South Carolina
Geronimo – Santa Fe, New Mexico
Mama’s Fish House – Paia, Hawaii
Restaurant Gary Danko – San Francisco, California
Merriman’s – Kapalua, Hawaii