VICTORIA & ALBERT'S
Old-world elegance takes shape at the four-star and AAA five-diamond Victorian-style restaurant Victoria & Albert's, located at the Walt Disney World Resort. The restaurant offers American cuisine in a classic prix fixe menu and the lavish décor is enhanced by a live, nightly harp performance.
One of the newest dining hotspots in Orlando is Todd English's bluezoo at the Walt Disney World Dolphin. The sophisticated menu focuses on seafood, from a don't-miss New England clam chowder to fish "dancing" on a circular rotisserie.
Since 1988, this fine dining restaurant has been the go-to spot for special occasions and exquisite cuisine. Fresh flowers, white linen and candlelight, accompanied by live music most nights, create a romantic atmosphere for enjoying the gourmet offerings.
DEL FRISCO'S PRIME STEAK & LOBSTER
Rich burgundy booths, shiny brass accoutrements and lots of dark mahogany give this legendary Winter Park steak house a private club feel. Indeed, high profile businesspeople and local celebrities are often spotted among Del Frisco's clientele. experience.
LE COQ AU VIN
"Julia Child would be proud" of this "longtime favorite" "hidden" away in an unlikely South Orlando locale, because this "petite" "farm-style French" is the area's No. 1 restaurant according to Zagat.
We've got seven amazing restaurants right on site, but if you like variety, we've got good news... It would take you nearly five years to eat in Orlando's 5,390 restaurants if you ate in three each day! Here's some of the top restaurants in town according to longtime locals.
1. Victoria & Albert’s
2. Chatham’s Place
4. Le Coq au Vin
5. Del Frisco’s Prime Steak & Lobster