This gourmet restaurant in Disney World offers a prefixed menu


Upscale Magic Awaits Walt Disney World Guests Again as Gourmet Restaurant Victoria & Albert’s recently reopened – with renovations fit for royalty. By Carly Caramanna

“The opulence and elegance found in every corner of the restaurant is part of what makes it so unique,” disney parks blogs explained of the restaurant located at the Grand Floridian Resort and Spa. For its revamp, its three dining rooms now take on modern touches influenced by Queen Victoria’s Platinum Jubilee celebration, accented by elaborate crystal chandeliers and embellished wall coverings.

All about the prefixed menu of Disney’s gourmet restaurant

Their prefixed menu starts at 295 USD (23,510 INR) per guest with an option to add wine pairings for an additional 150 USD (11,944 INR). Wine pairings are drawn from their collection of over 500 selections, along with new rock-solid cocktail and water pairings.

“Staff sommeliers are on hand to guide you through this precisely curated collection and pair the flavors of glass and plate perfectly,” the blog read.

On-site sommelier Israel Perez – who has worked with Disney for more than 20 years – is available to advise guests on complementary water selections at each course, with an official water pairing program set to launch in coming.

Image credit: Steven Diaz/Disney

The essence of the experience remains much the same with a series of multi-course, prix-fixe dining options featuring “unmatchable flavors.” Led by Executive Chef Matthew Sowers, diners can choose from “ever-changing menu” options, including the intimate Chef’s Table.

Customers can expect savory flavors from around the world, including Glacier 54 toothfish with charred mushrooms and sambal, carrot tikka masala with cilantro and puri bread, and heirloom tomatoes with gazpacho and century-old balsamic vinegar.

The refined dishes continue on the dessert route with specialty chocolates presented at the table with a sabayon made from Grand Marnier, Champagne and vanilla bean from Madagascar.

Advance meal reservations are now available for upscale restaurant reservations.

This story first appeared on www.travelandleisure.com

Main and feature image credit: Kent Phillips/Disney

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