Victoria & Albert’s Is Officially OPEN in Disney World

One of Disney World’s fanciest restaurants has finally reopened!

Victoria & Albert’s

Victoria & Albert’s, located in Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa,  is a AAA Five Diamond Award-winning restaurant where guests can truly experience dining in luxury. The restaurant has been closed since 2020 but it’s FINALLY open again, and we’re taking a look at some of the changes and updates that diners can now enjoy.

As of July 28th, Victoria & Albert’s is officially open, and the dining room has been updated and reimagined to include Victorian details with a “whimsical garden” vibe. This includes floral fixtures, new wall decor, dragonfly details, and more.


Of course, Victoria & Albert’s is known for their decadent dining experience, with flavors from all around the world. Diners enjoy a multiple-course meal with dishes such as the Glacier 51 Toothfish served with charred mushroom and sambal and Heirloom Tomatoes served with gazpacho and 100 Year Balsamico. The Carrot Tikka Masala is served with cilantro and puri bread and for dessert, check out the Spectrum of Chocolate, including four specially sourced chocolates.


There are over 500 different wine selections to choose from and Sommeliers are available to help diners choose the perfect wine pairing with their meal. A new zero-proof cocktail pairing is also available, with one such offering being the Guajillo Spice, a drink smoked tableside with flavors of roasted guajillo chilis, charred jalapenos, and black peppercorn.


There are three different dining options available, with the Dining Room serving Chef’s Tasting Menus featuring seasonal flavors. You can choose from two tasting menus and a wide selection of wine and zero-proof cocktails.


The Queen Victoria Room is more intimate with tableside presentations and a menu created by the chef de cuisine, and the venue accommodates no more than 8 people each night, so it’s extremely limited. If you opt for the Chef’s Table, this experience allows you to interact with chefs and cultivate a one-of-a-kind experience over a 3-hour period.


Note that this expensive dining experience has also been hit with some price increases. Although the “cheapest” price you could get in the past was $185, it has now increased to $295 per guest for the 7-course Prix Fixe Tasting Menu in the Dining Room. Wine pairings are optional and begin at $150 per person, with zero-proof cocktail pairings starting at $110 per person.


The 10-course prix fixe menu served in Queen Victoria’s Room has increased from $235 per person to $375 per guest, and wine pairings will set you back by $200 per person or $110 per person for zero-proof pairings.


The Chef’s Table will now cost $425 per guest for their choice of two 7-10 prix fixe tasting menus (it was $350 in the past). Wine pairings will cost an additional $200 per guest or $110 per person for zero-proof cocktail pairings.


Did you know that Victoria & Albert’s is the only Florida restaurant and one of only 26 other locations in the U.S. with both the AAA Five Diamond and the Forbes Travel Guide Five Star awards? The restaurant is led by Chef de Cuisine Matthew Sowers, along with Pastry Chef Kristine Farmer.


Sommelier Israel Perez is there to serve guests unique experiences and Executive Chef Kevin Chong oversees culinary operations. Culinary Director Chef Scott Hunnel supports the culinary team with his expertise in leading Victoria & Albert’s in the past.


As soon as you enter Victoria & Albert’s and hear that live harp music, you know you’re in for a one-of-a-kind dining experience. You can make reservations now on Disney’s website or in the My Disney Experience app. Space is VERY limited so this isn’t something you want to wait too long to book — but keep in mind that this restaurant is a splurge, to say the least.

Entrance to Victoria & Albert’s

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  1. Yes I have. We had a small wedding reception there for our daughter and new son in law. Mere words cannot describe the opulent setting and attentive waitstaff. Adjectives about the food fail; it is just that superb. Course after course of plates so delicious you will dream about them for years. The food is beautifully presented. Drinks are refilled continuously. Table is brushed clean throughout, though staff is not intrusive in any way. Compliments to the incredible artistic chefs and entire staff! If you are thinking about fine dining, Victoria and Alberts will not disappoint. It is worth the money spent