Victoria & Albert’s just keeps raising the bar. Not only are they the only AAA Five Diamond Restaurant in Central Florida, but they are located in one of the most beautiful resorts, the Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
They are now adding a new Chef’s Degustation Menu. That will include a series of 10 small courses featuring some of Chef Scott Hunnel’s favorite dishes inspired by the seasons and by his time in Asia, Spain, Italy and France. There will be other additions to the 10 course meal, like a cheese trolley, tableside butter carving and a custom chocolate box for selecting post-prandial sweets.
The 7 course Chef’s Tasting Menu will stay.
There are some other changes on the horizon for the award winning restaurant. They will focus a bit more on food-and-wine pairings in the Queen Victoria Room. Guests will be offered Chef Hunnel’s 10-course menu paired with exclusive wines from Victoria & Albert’s wine cellar. “The wine pairings will be exclusive to the private room, and we want to enlighten our guests about how the chef and sommelier work together to perfectly pair food and drink,” says Perez.
“Diners now have a choice of three distinct dining experiences with food-and-wine pairings in Queen Victoria Room, two menus in the main dining room and the Chef’s Table in the kitchen,” says Perez. “Whichever they choose, they will enjoy the finest quality ingredients and impeccable service.”
Looks so good!
The seven-course menu is $185 ($250 with wine pairings); the 10-course menu is $235 ($340 with wine pairings). Dinner in the Queen Victoria Room is $340, and includes 10 courses paired with wine. The Chef’s Table in the kitchen is $250. The restaurant is open daily for dinner. For reservations, call 407-939-3862.
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