This is Orlando and Disney Worlds highest rated restaurant but sadly it is no ‘Star’, if Michelin reviewed this restaurant it would miss becoming a ‘Star’ restaurant. Don’t get me wrong it’s a good meal but it has a lot of flaws. The restaurant offers...More
Under 10 no and over 10 they will have to dress and act appropriately. Quite frankly I don't think the average child of 10 would find Victoria and Albert's food acceptable. There are no children's plates and the place is not... More
Under 10 no and over 10 they will have to dress and act appropriately. Quite frankly I don't think the average child of 10 would find Victoria and Albert's food acceptable. There are no children's plates and the place is not geared at all toward children. There are no high chairs, booster chairs or anything like that. to me the minimum age for this restaurant would be 14. I have taken my two 14 year old grandsons there as, having been introduced to similar venues, I knew how they would act and I thought it was time they were exposed to this ultimate type of dining. They got quite the lecture and introduction to what to expect before hand, they comported themselves well and enjoyed themselves somewhat but in my opinion the meal and the venue does not lend itself to younger children at all! Unless your children are used to this type of dining I think that you, they and possibly the other diners will not enjoy the experience at all, much less will get your money's worth. I would suggest the Yachtsman Steakhouse or Narcoossee's first as an experiment. Unfortunately, even those two venues will not in any way prepare them for the type of food that is served in Victoria and Albert's. If they are at all picky or fussy eaters that is another reason not to bring them. I'm sorry if this sounds harsh but you and other diners will be paying hundreds of dollars for your meal, service and atmosphere and you should be able to fully enjoy it as should the children.