View attachment 15357 Only 10 restaurants in the U.S. can say theyâ€™ve been at the top of the AAA Awards for 14 consecutive years and Victoria & Albertâ€™s is again one of the countryâ€™s finest places to dine, joining just 53 restaurants nationwide who made the AAA Five Diamond list. Chef Scott Hunnel, Master Pastry Chef Erich Herbitschek, MaÃ®tre dâ€™HÃ´tel Israel Perez and their team have again won the coveted award for the gem of a restaurant at Disneyâ€™s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. â€œHaute cuisine at its bestâ€ defines the AAA criteria. Add cutting-edge menus, the finest ingredients and â€œfood prepared in a manner thatâ€™s highly imaginative and uniqueâ€ and youâ€™ve got the extraordinary combination that defines a winner. But beyond the kitchen, the maÃ®tre dâ€™ must lead an expert service staff â€œthat exceeds guest expectations by attending to every detail in an effortless and unobtrusive manner.â€ View attachment 15358 Victoria & Albertâ€™s wows guests every single night of the year with a fabulous â€œContemporary-Americanâ€ menu and refined touches such as Italian Sambonet silver, fine Royal Doulton and Wedgwood china, and Italian Frette tablecloths (hung, not folded, to avoid creases). Women get a small stool for handbags and a rose to carry home â€“ and if youâ€™re chilly, theyâ€™ll offer a cashmere wrap. The restaurant offers three dining experiences: the dining room, the elegant Queen Victoriaâ€™s Room and the Chefâ€™s Table in the kitchen. For reservations, call 407-WDW-DVNA (939-3862). Visit Victoria-Alberts.com for more information. Dining room is $135 per person for six courses and $65 for wine pairings. Chefâ€™s Table and Queen Victoriaâ€™s Room are $210 for 10 courses and $105 for wine pairings.