For the 17th year in a row, Victoria & Albert’s restaurant at Walt Disney World’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa has been named a AAA five-diamond establishment.
Among the 64 restaurants that received this distinction this year, there were two other Florida venues. These include Palme d’Or at the Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables and Salt at Amelia Island’s Ritz-Carlton.
Victoria & Albert’s offers a variety of dining options, including a seven-course menu ($185, $250 with wine pairings), a 10-course menu ($235, $340 with wine pairings), the Queen Victoria Room (10 courses with wine pairings – $340), and the Chef’s Table ($250).
AAA inspectors rate the restaurants on food quality, customer service, and the atmosphere. These reviews are used by a panel of experts to determine the honorees.
News source: News 6
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