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Old 04-16-2013, 08:28 PM   #1036
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my 180 ADR day is coming up quickly. while i am clear on how to make ADRs using the "old" site at 6am ET to optimize my chances, I am confused if QVR can be booked online. the website gives two online reservation options for the V&A: Chef's Table or just plain, old V&A. i assume the latter is for the main dining room. is it not possible to book QVR online? thanks for your help
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Old 04-16-2013, 11:41 PM   #1037
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my 180 ADR day is coming up quickly. while i am clear on how to make ADRs using the "old" site at 6am ET to optimize my chances, I am confused if QVR can be booked online. the website gives two online reservation options for the V&A: Chef's Table or just plain, old V&A. i assume the latter is for the main dining room. is it not possible to book QVR online? thanks for your help
I actually didn't think you could make v&a adrs online! I knew they had a separate reservation line, if you call .


Sorry I'm no help. Someone will know.
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Old 04-17-2013, 07:01 AM   #1038
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@donut42...When I tried to book online it didn't give me a choice of dining areas. I had to call to get QVR. The woman I spoke with was very sweet and helpful.

@t daniels...Thank you, I will probably go out and get a LBD. In the heat of summer it sounds more comfortable than a full length.
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Old 04-17-2013, 08:09 AM   #1039
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My 180 is coming soon.. I've seen conflicting info..can Chef's Table be booked online, or do i need to call the V&A line directly?
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Old 04-17-2013, 08:17 AM   #1040
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I was able to book the main dining room on the website.
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Old 04-17-2013, 09:02 AM   #1041
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@2manypets - thanks for clarifying. that is what i figured. we are staying for 6 nights in november and i was hoping to surprise my mom with a rez at the CT for the two of us. from what ive read it sounds like even doing 180+6 for me there is a good chance it will already be booked during my entire stay by guests who arrive earlier and are staying longer and can do 180+10. oh well, hopefully we can "settle" for QVR as our backup plan

i called the v&a line and a young man told me that almost every single morning the CT is booked online at 6am by someone with 180+10. he said by the time they open at 9am and start taking calls it is almost always gone. however, you can ask to be put on a wait list for CT
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Old 04-17-2013, 03:38 PM   #1042
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My 180 is coming soon.. I've seen conflicting info..can Chef's Table be booked online, or do i need to call the V&A line directly?
I am surprising my wife to be with our last dinner being the Chef's Table at Victoria & Albert's on our honeymoon. I was able to book it online.
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Old 04-17-2013, 10:06 PM   #1043
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@2manypets - thanks for clarifying. that is what i figured. we are staying for 6 nights in november and i was hoping to surprise my mom with a rez at the CT for the two of us. from what ive read it sounds like even doing 180+6 for me there is a good chance it will already be booked during my entire stay by guests who arrive earlier and are staying longer and can do 180+10. oh well, hopefully we can "settle" for QVR as our backup plan

i called the v&a line and a young man told me that almost every single morning the CT is booked online at 6am by someone with 180+10. he said by the time they open at 9am and start taking calls it is almost always gone. however, you can ask to be put on a wait list for CT

You can book the CT online. I was able to do it for June at 5 am central time.
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Old 04-17-2013, 11:08 PM   #1044
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Also... if you call V&A's directly... you can ask that you be put on a waiting list for the CT... I've done it and actually been called if someone has canceled. It's probably rare... but it does happen
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Old 04-17-2013, 11:59 PM   #1045
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CT and main dining room are separate links online. Maybe that's the confusion.
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Old 04-18-2013, 01:16 AM   #1046
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I sent them the first e-mail with my questions and requests since the website won't let you put in a non-US phone-number. It won't even NOT let you put in a phone-number. So I put in their own....

But that meant it might be a good idea to contact them first


Just had an e-mail from V&A with regards to my requests (DH no cheese or tomato, me no seafood/onions/mushrooms/asparagus/anything cabbagy)
I'll get an alternative for the seafood-course which is good.

They even asked for some details so they could make sure everything would be just right.

Can't wait to see DH's face when I tell him where we are going to have dinner

Luckily we'll have the right clothes already with us since we will travel to the US by ship: Queen Mary II. That is a ship where you also dress up for dinner!
So no need to sneakily pack his suit....
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Old 04-18-2013, 06:59 AM   #1047
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CT and main dining room are separate links online. Maybe that's the confusion.
I wish I knew that at my 180 + 10!. I didn't realize there were two links for V & A (even though now I see the links right there in plain sight ).

I really wanted the CT but by the time I got around to calling it was booked up.
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Old 04-19-2013, 07:30 PM   #1048
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Yesterday I ordered my normal Iced Tea. The Ice Cubes in the glass were brown. It turns out they now make ice cubes out of tea, so when a person orders Iced Tea, as the cubes melt they will not dilute the tea. Another touch of elegance.
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Old 04-19-2013, 08:37 PM   #1049
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Yesterday I ordered my normal Iced Tea. The Ice Cubes in the glass were brown. It turns out they now make ice cubes out of tea, so when a person orders Iced Tea, as the cubes melt they will not dilute the tea. Another touch of elegance.
That is awesome! It's the little touches like that that are making me so excited to dine there in October!
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Old 04-21-2013, 07:15 PM   #1050
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I would say no to khakis. We are talking pretty dressy. My husband always wears a suit and is not over dressed. And I would say around 3 hours average. The wine pairing is a must do. If you like wine even remotely, you will love the pairings. And every course in my opinion is amazing. Do it. You will not be disappointed.
Khakis and a blazer should be fine. Even in NYC at places like Per Se/Eleven Madison Park, you wouldn't be underdressed with khakis and a blazer. So long as it meets the dress code, wear what you want.
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