Walt Disney World is home to an enormous variety of restaurants and dining locations. Guests who visit will find an incredible number of options when it comes to cuisine, theme and price.
So, which restaurant is the most expensive and most elegant in all of Walt Disney World?
Your immediate guess might be Cinderella’s Royal Table, a character dining experience that’s located inside Cinderella Castle at the Magic Kingdom. Despite the incredible location, the most exquisite meal won’t be found in Cinderella Castle or in any of the four theme parks.
Walt Disney World’s most revered restaurant is Victoria & Albert’s at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. This location has received the AAA Five Diamond Award every year since 2000 as well as a large number of accolades and awards from travel publications and food experts.
Victoria & Albert’s offers an enormous wine list (over 700 options) with a menu that combines tradition and innovation. Chef Scott Hunnel and his team will “source global markets daily for the finest fish, meats and produce” to create an unforgettable experience for each guest.
As of the date of this article, dining at Victoria & Albert’s is available at a few fixed price points. The following prices do not include tax or gratuity and are subject to change without notice.
- 7-course: $185 per person
- 10-course: $235 per person
- Queen Victoria Room: $235 per person
- Chef’s Table: $250 per person
- Wine pairing (Main dining room): $65 per person
- Wine pairing (Queen Victoria Room): $105 per person
- Wine pairing (Chef’s Table): $150 per person
Note that the prices above are just the starting point as many menu items include a variety of add-ons, such as additional sides or proteins. It is not uncommon for a meal with two adult guests to rack up a check of $500 to $1,000.
Due to the limited number of tables at Victoria & Albert’s, reservations often fill up to six months in advance. Click here to learn more.