Victoria & Albert's
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Lonely Planet review
Indulge yourself in the earthy, cream-colored Victorian-inspired decor at this elegant restaurant, the crème de la crème of Orlando's dining scene and one of its most-coveted reservations. The seven-course meal, complete with crystal and live cello music, oozes romance.
Dinner at the intimate Chef's Table or Queen Victoria's room includes ten courses. This is the only place in Disney that does not allow kids. If you have children, consider reserving a spot at Disney's Children Activity Center at Disney's Polynesian Resort, an easy two stops away on the monorail.