Victoria's Home-Style - restaurant review

Cyrano

DIS Veteran
Joined
Oct 23, 2004
This counter service restaurant is located at the end of Main St USA, across from Plazza Garden.
The restaurant has a 19th century English feel to it. Limited but nice menu of croquet-monsieur, salad and pizza is on offer.
For a look at the restaurant press here


Link to other restaurant reviews :)

Okay as previously announced we are hoping the boards can help :goodvibes If you have photographs of the restaurant and the food. If you have eaten here and can write a review. Even a couple of lines of what you liked, things to watch out for.. would be appreciated if you posted below :)
 

Cyrano

DIS Veteran
Joined
Oct 23, 2004
With thanks to Sandra. Copy of her post. Link to thread.

Anyway, on April 12, we ate a croque monsieur here. It was only a short wait at the counter, and we enjoyed our lunch at the outdoor seating patio, surrounded by the "pin maffia".


 


Anke

Mouseketeer
Joined
Feb 24, 2006
The salad du bistrot and the Croque Monsieur were very tasteful. The wait for our food was a bit long, but due to a mistake we were not charged for one of our meals. I saw this later when we went back to the hotel.





 
  • SandraVB79

    <font color=deeppink> I am a Jungle Cruise skipper
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    Oct 7, 2005
    One Mickey pizza, one croque monsieur and one mushroom croque monsieur

     

    torsie24

    Mummy to a perfect princess.
    Joined
    May 14, 2008
    Man Oh Man I'm getting some of these.

    I don't eat cheese, as WW doesn't allow it much.

    Something tells me the 4 stone I've lost will become more like 3 and a half after 4 days near these bad boys!!
     

    giuly09

    it made me feel like i was the queen....
    Joined
    Apr 19, 2007
    Something tells me the 4 stone I've lost will become more like 3 and a half after 4 days near these bad boys!!
    Noooooooooooooo

    DLP is the only holiday where i have eaten everything i fancied (and not diet-friendly food lol) and not gained a single pound.

    I owe this to the running from one place to another looking for the *right moment for shorter queues* lol
     

    torsie24

    Mummy to a perfect princess.
    Joined
    May 14, 2008
    Noooooooooooooo

    DLP is the only holiday where i have eaten everything i fancied (and not diet-friendly food lol) and not gained a single pound.

    I owe this to the running from one place to another looking for the *right moment for shorter queues* lol
    Yeah, I actually think that fact I'll be in the parsk from 8am to 11pm means I *should* break even.

    Although the fact I was ever 4 stone overweight can be attributed to me being able to eat A LOT!!! In a week away last year I gained 7 pounds! I wouldn't have thought it was possible, but I did it!

    YUM YUM YUM!
     
  • mummyal

    <font color=darkorchid>Think it was too much jiggi
    Joined
    Aug 25, 2006
    Noooooooooooooo

    DLP is the only holiday where i have eaten everything i fancied (and not diet-friendly food lol) and not gained a single pound.

    I owe this to the running from one place to another looking for the *right moment for shorter queues* lol
    Yep, I completely agree. We had a huge brekkie and dinner each day (we were there 5 days) and lunch wasn't that "light" either lol. Then there were in between snacks like the brioche and stuff. Ok, I did put some weight on but it was only about half a pound or a pound on that week and I was expecting much much much more! (I'm also doing WW)
     

    SandraVB79

    <font color=deeppink> I am a Jungle Cruise skipper
    Joined
    Oct 7, 2005
    don't you know that disney calories disappear when you leave the resort??? :rolleyes:
     

    sam_rogers

    painting with all the colours of the wind
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    Feb 26, 2008
    last year i came back from disney 2 days before my aunties wedding where i was a bridesmaid and had to fit in to my dress and i still got through a fair few croque monsieurs!!!

    I've always found Victorias a nice place to eat, particularly for lunch as the croque monsieurs are fairly filling and I've found service is normally very quick!
     

    tiring_day

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    Jun 2, 2007
    We ate at this place for a late lunch on our last day. The service was not particularly swift but also didn't have to queue an excessive amount of time. We got 2 Croque aux Champignons (below is me enjoying mine) and 1 Mickey pizza, which were all very good. The pizza looks exactly the same as the one at Cafe Mickey without the extra eyes and nose. All went down very well and was nice in the heat of the day to sit just inside the Arcade. DW and I had beer, nice and cold. Would return to eat some more of those Croques but only one per trip or it's likely my arterys would clog up completely.

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/lazydayz/2548339747/" title="DSCF2294 by LazyDayz, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3164/2548339747_814cc9f817.jpg" width="375" height="500" alt="DSCF2294" /></a>

    steve
     
  • Booknut

    <font color=green>I couldn't figure out why people
    Joined
    Jul 17, 2005
    We ate here end of November, we split a croque monsieur. They are HUGE and delicious, if you're not too hungry you can easily share one of these, especially if you are having a brioche afterwards as we were always likely to do ;)

    The theming is beautiful and they have lots of interesting knick knacks and furniture and if you're lucky you can nab a table by the window and watch the world go by :goodvibes
     

    Rachie B

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Mar 11, 2007
    We ate here for lunch,on the Wed of Oct half term :)

    Really enjoyed it.Hubby and I had the adults meal 10.95 which consisted of a Mickey shaped pizza (decent size) a salad and a drink

    The boys had mickey pizzas 4.95 and just shared our drinks

    Minimal queue to get food and a nice atmosphere inside.

    Would eat here again :)
     

    deepblue

    Mouseketeer
    Joined
    Mar 25, 2009
    Ate here as our last meal of the trip Fri 19 March around 5.30pm. We thought it was pretty horrible, to be honest. We used free dining lunch vouchers. The adult menu was €10.95 for a fairly large pizza (4 cheese, ham/olive or bolognaise) a salad bowl and a drink. We didn't eat the salad and the pizzas were awful. We'd had a large meal at lunch and weren't particularly hungry, thankfully. I got a mickey brioche with souvenir cup filled with hot chocolate for my DD for €6. It's open later than the other outlets because of it's location at the top of Main Street.
     

    Carrie_Cat

    I'm a Rive Gauche person
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    Feb 10, 2011










    So the tasty looking Tartines have gone and the pizzas are back along with a 20-30 cts price increase :confused:
     

    Carrie_Cat

    I'm a Rive Gauche person
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    Feb 10, 2011








    So it's all change again at Victoria's :lmao: No more pizza, now it's sandwiches !
     

    Carrie_Cat

    I'm a Rive Gauche person
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    Feb 10, 2011
    According to DLRPmagic the pizzas are back again since May. :)
    I think you'll find that they updated that page in May but their menu dates from before the last one ^^ as we ate sandwiches and coffee and walnut cake 2 weeks ago ;)

    DLRPmagic menu is the one that I posted back in dec with the old prices for drinks and al
     



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