Long acknowledged as the crown jewel of Walt Disney World culinary collection, Victoria & Albert’s has once again earned the coveted Five-Diamond award from AAA. This marks the 13th year in a row for the restaurant. Chef Scott Hunnel, Master Pastry Chef Erich Herbitschek, Maître d’Hôtel Israel Perez and their team deserve special recognition for this accomplishment.
AAA considers over 28,000 restaurants with only 53 rating five diamonds. Of those, 21 join V&A with 13 or more consecutive years of holding a Five-Diamond rating.
A dinner at Victoria & Albert’s is $135 per person for six courses and $65 for wine pairings. The Chef’s Table and Queen Victoria’s Room are $210 for 10 courses and $105 for wine pairings. The quality of cuisine and service is unmatched on property and I recommend you book a seating on your next trip if you can afford it.