If you are in love with a foodie you may want to consider putting some money away to propose during an amazing culinary adventure.
If you enjoy great food, even better desert, a classy atmosphere, and a quiet dining experience then you might want to save up as well.
Today’s engagement location at Walt Disney World is Victoria and Albert’s inside Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa.
Victoria and Albert’s Restaurant is one of Disney’s most prestigious dining experiences. They have a very strict dress code:
Men: Must wear a dinner jacket, dress pants, and dress shoes.
Women: Must wear a dress with stockings or a pant suit.
However, they provide the most elegant dinner experience you will ever have as a diner. I felt like a princess the first, and only time, I ate there.
Victoria and Albert’s is a Prix Fixe menu with lots of options. You will not be disappointed in what you get. If you are vegetarian, NO PROBLEM! They have a separate menu just for you! They also have separate menus for the Chef’s Table and Queen Victoria’s Room. The menus change on a seasonal basis and are based off of whatever Executive Chef Scott Hunnel finds fresh from the market.
Aside from the culinary delights that Chef Hunnel cooks up for you, this experience pans out to be extremely sweet. The lighting is perfect to set a quiet mood and the soft sounds of a live harp float around you. You will be entertained by two servers who take turns bringing out and explaining your course selections. If you even look like you have to get up, someone will come out and pull your chair out for you. The service is top notch. It provides the perfect location and atmosphere to ask the love of your life to marry you.
The menus are Prix Fixe and are around $200 (prices subject to change). If you want a wine pairing then it costs about $70 more. Everything is per person. On top of great food, you receive personalized menus that you can take home with you, and each lady takes home a red rose.
So what do you think? Is your engagement worth an Elegant Affair?