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Victoria & Albert's Restaurant Review: One of the most elegant dining experiences in Central Florida, Victoria & Albert's is tucked away on the second floor of Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. The formal dining room has just 14 tables in the main dining room, giving chef Scott Hunnel plenty of time to fuss over every entrée. He works closely with local farmers to source ingredients and creates menus that change frequently through the course of the seasons. You might find Galilee Osetra caviar with traditional garnishes; wild turbot with toasted capers and finger limes; Australian Kobe-style beef tenderloin; and a Tanzanian chocolate timbale with orange scented milk chocolate gelato. Go with the well-chosen wine pairings if you just want to sit back and be pampered. For a more immersive experience, try to reserve the Chef's Table in the restaurant's small kitchen. The Queen Victoria Room, an intimate setting behind closed doors adjacent to the main dining room, has just four tables. The restaurant's wine list features more than 600 selections.