Walt Disney World’s Victoria & Albert’s is #2 Fine Dining Restaurant in the U.S.

Walt Disney World is known for many amazing culinary locations, but Victoria and Albert’s is definitely the best and most elegant of the fine dining experiences that you can have while dining at Walt Disney World.  The restaurant is located in the main building at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa.  We are so excited to announce that the restaurant earned 2nd place on Trip Advisor’s top 10 list of fine dining restaurants for the entire United States.  The ranking comes from Trip Advisor’s algorithm that they use to balance the rankings of different reviews, compared to the total number of reviews that have been complete.  The 1st place restaurant was Daniel located in New York City and the 3rd place restaurant was Charleston Grill, located in Charleston, South Carolina.

Here is what TripAdvisor had to say about the fabulous Victoria and Albert’s:

“Executive Chef Scott Hunnel and Chef de Cuisine Aimee Rivera preside over a wonderful world of cuisine featuring ingredients from far and wide in a classic setting.”


If you visit Victoria & Albert’s, you will definitely need to plan ahead to budget in the meal.  You can expect to spend over $100 per person, and closer to $200 per person if you want wine accompaniments with your meal.  You also have to adhere to the dress code in order to dine there.  Men are expected to be in slacks, ties and suit coats while ladies are typically in dresses or slack outfits.  The dress code is strict and it definitely a fancy place to enjoy a meal during your vacation.

Congratulations to the restaurant, chefs and the entire crew!  Who out there has enjoyed a nice meal at Victoria & Albert’s before?

Source: The Orlando Sentinel

About Christy Caby

I am a long time Disney addict! This love began as a child and stayed with me in my teen years. I completed the Disney College Program, was engaged and honeymooned at Disney, visited WDW while pregnant with each of our two boys, and have brought our boys since they were babies (they are now 5 and 2).