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Victoria & Albert’s

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ClosedOpens at 17:30
American, French, New American, Vegetarian options
$$$$ Average price: $61
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4401 Floridian Way
Orlando, Florida, USA
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The French cuisine is on the menu at this restaurant. Many guests mark that you can have mouthwatering kobe beef, halibut and amuse bouches here. Eating good chocolate soufflés, gelato and chocolate truffles is what a number of clients advise. Come here and try delicious port wine, sherry or champagne. Great americano, rose tea or ice tea are among the tastiest drinks to order.

The warm atmosphere of Victoria & Albert’s makes visitors feel relaxed and have a nice time. The creative staff meets you at this place all year round. The fabulous service is something these restaurateurs care about. Prices are found attractive here. You will surely be of high opinion about the divine decor at this spot. The Frommer’s experts gave this restaurant 3 stars and highlight that it as an exceptional place.

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WOW!!! Sit back and enjoy! They will take care of everything!
By far the most expensive restaurant I've ever eaten at and probably ever will, but it is worth every penny. The ingredients are beyond fresh and you will definitely be full. If you have a special occasion then this is the perfect place to celebrate.
We had the Chef's Degustation Menu. The atmosphere was a combination of funeral parlor and Disney castle - an interior space with no windows.  Frankly, I wasn't looking forward to spending three and half hours here, as we were correctly warned. We had two servers - one was a very knowledgeable sommelier who shared his genuine love of wine, the other a young woman who gave a rather robotic performance - very "cast member" - most of what she said sounded memorized. The amuse bouche was a parfait of caviar, avocado, and creamed langoustine - I tried it, wasn't a huge fan, but no big deal, we had ten courses remaining.  The female server returned, looked at my mostly uneaten parfait, frowned, and asked if something was wrong - she didn't say this with a friendly voice or with a warm smile, it was a frown.  I said, "no, no, it's fine, I just don't care for it".  She said, "well, I can have the chef make you something else if you don't like it" - stated with flat affect, and no suggestion of what kind of substitution she had in mind, just, basically, "I have the power to embarrass you, and I'm going to use it."  Attempting to keep the evening from becoming a pretentious, judgmental plod through 11 courses, I told her I'm probably not going to eat everything on each and every plate, and how about we just accept that, no big whoop.  An awkward exchange.  My appetite was already somewhat spoiled after this. Nevertheless, some really great wine and some good food followed - opting for the wine pairings is recommended.  Overall, though, it's just way too much food - too many courses, too challenging.  The experimental touches mostly fell flat (e.g., infused oil applied with an eye dropper like ear medicine - not appetizing).  You end the evening feeling like you have worms in your stomach - all sorts of goops consumed.  I know that Disney can do fine dining - for example, Disney's Remy restaurant is superior to Victoria & Albert's in food, wine, and service.
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Address
4401 Floridian Way, Orlando, Florida, USA
Features
Сredit cards accepted Booking No takeaway Parking No TV Wheelchair accessible
Opening hours
SundaySun 17:30-19:30
MondayMon 17:30-19:30
TuesdayTue 17:30-19:30
WednesdayWed 17:30-19:30
ThursdayThu 17:30-19:30
FridayFri 17:30-19:30
SaturdaySat 17:30-19:30
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