Victoria & Albert's

Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by disneyboy123, Apr 5, 2013.

  1. disneyboy123

    disneyboy123 Mouseketeer

    Mar 1, 2013
    I'm interested in going to Victoria & Albert's for a dinner but am confused with the menu. Is it a fixed menu, with a certain number of courses or can you order a la carte? Can't seem to find a la carte pricing... i see $135/person menu prix fixe... so does that mean i need to spend at least $270 for two people??
    Also, is there a dress code and is it strict? I can't go in wearing jeans..? don't really want to pack nice clothes just for dinner...
  2. meetmeatthepoly

    meetmeatthepoly Loving Walt Disney World Since 1972

    Apr 5, 2012
    Hi @disneyboy123!

    Victoria and Albert's serves a wonderful six course prix fixe menu.

    There are items you may add or upgrade, but plan on the six course meal as the minimum.

    The dress code requires jackets for men, and dresses or pants ensembles for women. (Jeans are not permitted.)

    There are reviews and more details here-

    Hope this helps.
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  4. sleepydog25

    sleepydog25 Been here awhile

    Aug 27, 2004
    It's a prix fixe menu and, yes, you can expect to drop close to $300 for two people and that's if you don't have wine with the meal. The dress code is as strict as it gets in Disney. You will not be able to wear jeans, and men must wear a jacket, though they will supply one if needed. If you wish not to pack nice clothes for your trip, then I respectfully suggest V&A's is not the place for you.
  5. TDC Nala

    TDC Nala 1937, what a year that was

    Jun 22, 2001
    No jeans, that is definitely not allowed. Men must wear jackets. Ties are optional.

    There's no a la carte pricing. It's a prix fixe dinner.
  6. amberpi

    amberpi DIS Veteran

    Jul 13, 2012
    To echo, you must wear a jacket and jeans aren't permitted.

    Note about the pricing, $300 for 2 is the ABSOLUTE minimum you're going to get out for, that's before drinks and any upgrades - and we always do drinks (sometimes the wine pairings, depending on mood) and we always seem to hav a few upgrades to some serious splurges. Its a great experience though and worth every penny, I can't say enough good things about it.
  7. Cheshire Figment

    Cheshire Figment <font color=red><marquee behavior=alternate>Friend

    Jan 12, 2001
    Per person cost

    $135 base
    $ 27 tip @20%
    $ 8.78 Tax

    $170.78 per person. This does include all non-alcoholic beverages. Alcoholic beverages cost extra, as well as some of the courses have optional items which cost more (such as Japanese Wagyu Beef).

    The dress code is strict. For men slacks and jacket; for women dress or pants suit. No blue jeans and no flip-flops.

    To check out the current menus go to . When you look at the menu for The Dining Room you select one of each course. The courses are separated by a horizontal line (note that the Caviar Course is fully optional)

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