LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. â€“ True Disney foodies know you havenâ€™t arrived until youâ€™ve dined at the crÃ¨me de la crÃ¨me of restaurants â€“ Victoria & Albertâ€™s at Disneyâ€™s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. But now the top-rated dining room has a new â€œmust doâ€: the gorgeous Queen Victoriaâ€™s Room. Queen Victoriaâ€™s Room is behind closed doors just off the main dining room. With just four tables, restaurant manager Israel Perez promises attention to your every whim. Theyâ€™ve brought back French gueridon service â€“ a gueridon is a fancy rolling cart that goes from table to table for customized service and â€œwowâ€ factor â€“ a flourish of Himalayan sea salt atop your filet, a decadent wine sauce or a lavish display of cheese, for instance. Anyone whoâ€™s tasted Chef Scott Hunnelâ€™s exquisite creations knows this is a memorable affair. How often do you savor perfectly seared Kurobuta pork tenderloin and belly, or butter-poached lobster with bisque and lobster roe foam? And vegans and vegetarians are Hunnelâ€™s favorite challenge. The sommelier happily will pair something delicious with each of the 10 courses. Yes, 10 courses, but theyâ€™re small. Still, plan on three to four hours of leisurely dining. Itâ€™s worth the price of a baby-sitter â€“ no kids under 10 are allowed in the dining room, so youâ€™re guaranteed an evening of blissful quiet. Be advised, men must wear jackets (tie optional) for this formal affair. Youâ€™ll float out the door with a long-stemmed rose for women and personalized menus for everyone to carry home. Cost for Queen Victoriaâ€™s Room is $200 per person, plus $95 for wine pairings. The restaurant has its own reservation line, 407/939-3862. Reservations for Queen Victoriaâ€™s Room are being accepted now for this special dining experience starting Feb. 5, 2010. There is just one seating nightly.