A look into the Queen Victoria Room at Walt Disney World's Victoria & Albert's
Victoria & Albert's at Walt Disney World's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa is arguably one of the finest restaurants in the country. It's chef's table is one of the most sought-after reservations.
Now Disney is offering a third option: the Queen Victoria Room, a four-hour dining extravaganza that offers the chef's table menu in a quiet, semi-private dining room. There's a lot of tableside preparation, and a little Disney magic. Is it worth $200 per person plus $95 for wine pairing (tax and gratuity extra)? It's a bargain.
Here's a full review, plus a video of the experience.
That still is alot of money!
You could very well be my favourite part-time contributor to the site, Scott. I love reading these reviews.
Thanks, Joshua. I appreciate the note. But be careful with the keyboard!
I would do it if I win big at a sweepstakes (like PCH) or the Lotto! With kids under 10 not permitted in the dining venue, I'm going to go it solo!
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