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Victoria & Albert’s at Disney’s Grand Floridian Named one of Top 5 Restaurants in the U.S.

TripAdvisor's 2014 Travelers' Choice Awards Name Victoria & Albert's One of Top 5 Restaurants in U.S.

Those looking for magical dining experiences while on vacation at Walt Disney World have many tasty choices. But one restaurant consistently brings home top honors year after year.

Victoria & Albert’s at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa recently added yet another feather in its cap when it was named as one of the Top 5 restaurants in the United States in TripAdvisor’s 2014 Travelers’ Choice awards. The Walt Disney World Resort restaurant is the only Florida restaurant on the illustrious list. The awards honor top travel spots worldwide based on millions of reviews and opinions from TripAdvisor travelers.

Victoria & Albert’s also is a AAA Five-Diamond Award winner, one of just two in Florida. Under the helm of Chef Scott Hunnel, maître d hotel Israel Perez and Pastry Chef Erich Herbitschek, the restaurant features some of the very best seasonal ingredients from local markets, as well as from around the world. Congratulations to everyone on staff at the restaurant.

I hear the experience of dining at the Chef’s Table, if you can get a reservation, is something you will never forget. I still remember our honeymoon dinner in the main dining room. It truly was a magical dinner.

Have you ever dined at Victoria & Albert’s? What are your memories?

4 thoughts on “Victoria & Albert’s at Disney’s Grand Floridian Named one of Top 5 Restaurants in the U.S.”

  1. We as a family have eaten thier twice, both times were magical and a true night to remember. The neat thing was that are visits were a year apart and we had the same serving staff. We were told thay do this on purpose, to make a more exclusive experience. This is a must do once for all disney foodies.

  2. We go every trip (every other year), and it is always fabulous. A nice night to have away from the kids and be adults and spoiled in the middle of a Disney vacation. Not sure I have a specific memory, but I do like how they added a bread-butter pairing throughout the meal a few years back. Oh, and the coffee pot is still cool after all these times.

  3. We’ve been once, will never go to WDW without going there again. The meal and wine pairing of our lives. Sitting 3 feet away from a live harpist. A surreal experience.

  4. My bride and I have had dinner there on wedding anniversaries. I have also has the honor of taking my grandmother to dinner on a past trip. She had a wonderful time having dressed up in fancy clothes, enjoying an amazing meal, and also trying the sake flights. For the first time in her 80 years, she was able to try caviar! My bride and I will be dining there next year for our 20th wedding anniversary. What an amazing experience.

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