When Disney World first began its phased reopening, not all dining locations opened all at once.
In fact, there are still some Disney World restaurants that have yet to reopen. Victoria & Albert’s at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort is by far the fanciest restaurant on property, and it recently reopened in July much to the delight of Disney guests everywhere. But, Victoria & Albert’s offers an even fancier experience — the Chef’s Table — and we’ve got an update on just who can book those reservations.
If you haven’t had the chance to dine at Victoria & Albert’s in Disney World yet, it’s certainly something worth considering putting on your bucket list, especially if you’re into fine dining experiences.
But, if you’re looking for something even fancier, you can dine at the Chef’s Table — a prix fixe meal that includes up to 13 courses AND you get to eat in the kitchen! Previously, Chef’s Table reservations could be made for as few as two guests, but now it appears that has changed.
Victoria & Albert’s recently reopened, and now if you want to book the Chef’s Table, you’ll need to have at least 4 people in your party — you can no longer book the Chef’s Table for parties of less than four. That means if you were hoping to have a date night at the Chef’s Table, you’re going to have to make it a double date!
Luckily, there is no party minimum for reservations throughout the rest of the Victoria & Albert’s, so you can dine with a friend or solo. We’ll continue to keep an eye out for any more updates from Victoria & Albert’s so stay tuned to DFB for the latest!
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