I apologize in advance, as I have not read every post in this thread. My fiance and I will be honeymooning in July, and while we had never considered V&A's, a trip report in the wedding/honeymoon section made it sound so interesting that we now find ourselves debating about it (and yes there are still ADRs left- I checked ). We aren't sure, however, if it's something we would actually enjoy. Neither of us are foodies at all, and while I am a fairly adventurous (albeit picky!) eater, as in I'll try anything once but don't make any promises that I'll like it , there are a lot of things that I can't eat, or things that I just flat out dislike. I was a vegetarian for years, and while I am slowly transitioning to meats again, it's been a while, and many meats (beef, pork, duck) still make me sick. I also can't stand onions or peppers, which was the reason I started eating meat again- since these are a mainstay of almost every veggie dish lol. I personally have never had a problem finding something to eat at WDW restaurants before, but since this place is so small, and since it's such a high end chef, I don't want to insult him by being super picky. I read in this thread a few times that they do take into account likes/dislikes/allergies, but how much do they really pay attention to that? And does that mean that each person gets a different menu, or do they base the dishes on the evening on what everyone says they like/dislike? I would hate to influence what others could eat On the opposite end of the spectrum, my fiance is one of the least adventurous eaters I've ever met (I blame his mother , but we're slowly working on it! ), and is very much a steak and chicken person. His response to the menu and the trip report was "that seems... different...", so needless to say he isn't exactly excited already If we went I'm sure he'd try things, but if we're going to spend that much money I want him to come out wowed, not say "well that was okay but I prefer my plain chicken breast or steak at Outback" Neither of us have ever done any fine dining before, and we don't want to be intimidated by the menu or feel out of place while we're there because we aren't foodies. Is it possible to enjoy even if you are just a regular person who likes to eat? I know it's nearly impossible for someone else to tell us whether we'd like it or not, but perhaps someone can at least comment on the way they handle food aversions, and if it's worth going there if you aren't an adventurous eater? Thanks!