Once again, Victoria & Albert’s at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa has been awarded the coveted AAA Five-Diamond Award, the highest AAA honor for a restaurant. This is the 11th year (first awarded in 2000), and V&A’s is the only restaurant in Central Florida and one of only three in Florida, along with L’Escalier and The Restaurant at the Four Seasons, both in Palm Beach. Only 55 restaurants made the 2011 list, including the U.S., Canada and Mexico.
At the helm of Victoria & Albert’s are manager and sommelier Israel Perez, Chef Scott Hunnel and Master Pastry Chef Erich Herbitschek. The ultimate in fine dining, the menu features Modern American cuisine with products sourced around the world, with wine pairing offered with each course. Impeccable service creates a gracious dining experience.
“It’s an honor to be recognized for the work that the entire team does,” said Chef Scott Hunnel. “It’s all about the consistency of what we try to do, and the continuous evolution of the restaurant,” he continued. “We all work together to achieve that goal, and continue to search for ways of doing things better.”
AAA evaluates more than 60,000 lodging establishments and restaurants every year, rating on a scale of one to five diamonds. Five-diamond properties are the premier establishments in the U.S.
Source Disney Parks Blog
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