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  1. Rosanne @ The Disney Point
    May 23, 2013

    Thanks Dave! I appreciate it. I assume that if I let them know that when they do the check in call, they’ll have something ready.

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    • Dave
      May 23, 2013

      Yeah, or they’ll just figure that the veggie alternative to the fish course will do!

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  2. Keith
    May 23, 2013

    Very good review…I would like to go with my wife one day, but neither of us drink. Would this be frowned upon? It sounds like we would be able to dine for ~$350 all in assuming no deviations from the price fixe?

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    • Dave
      May 23, 2013

      Hi Keith, thanks, and $350 is a great number–that’ll cover the prix-fixe, tip, and tax!

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  3. Rosanne @ The Disney Point
    May 23, 2013

    Great review and thanks for sharing. I have never been to Victoria & Albert’s and honestly the only thing holding me back is the fact that I don’t eat fish. It seems like a fish-heavy menu. It’s definitely a bummer! Do you think I would be satisfied with the menu if I’m not a fish eater?

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    • Dave
      May 23, 2013

      Rosanne, thanks, and honestly I think you’ll be fine. I’m not keen on fish, either, other than cured fish and some preparations of shrimp, and was happy as…well, as a clam. The fish course seems like it would be an issue, but there will be a vegetarian alternative that I’m sure would be marvelous!

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