Victoria & Albert's named No. 2 restaurant in the country by TripAdvisor

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IMAGE COURTESY VICTORIA & ALBERT'S
  • Image courtesy Victoria & Albert's
Well, aren't we just the luckiest of ducks? Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa is home to the second-best restaurant in the country, Victoria & Albert's, according to TripAdvisor's 2017 Best Fine Dining Restaurants list. If you've ever been to the fine-dining temple, there's not much to disagree with.

Executive chef Scott Hunnel has been nominated for James Beard Foundation awards multiple times for his inventive and gorgeously plated cuisine. We've also featured V&As as the restaurant we'd most like to go to on someone else's dime (it ain't cheap, folks).



It's also one of the few AAA Five Diamond restaurants in the country. We should be proud.
IMAGE COURTESY VICTORIA & ALBERT'S
  • Image courtesy Victoria & Albert's
If you're thinking of heading to the restaurant sometime soon, you'll need to decide between a seven- or 10-course tasting menu with optional wine pairing. You can also dine in the Queen Victoria room with a 10-course menu (with tableside preparations). The Chef's Table is the most covetable cove in the kitchen, where you'll get a behind-the-scenes look at the goings-on on the line.

Either way, make some room on the credit card.



Victoria & Albert's
4401 Floridian Way
407-939-3862
victoria-alberts.com

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