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It’s a given that most theme park vacations will include overpriced items like $12 cheeseburgers, and $5 pretzels, but if you’re really looking to splurge on your dining, you can easily spend hundreds on a single meal.

Check out these exclusive and expensive options around Orlando.

1. Victoria and Albert’s Chef’s Table Dinner, Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort

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Victoria and Albert’s is well-known for being the pinnacle of fine dining at Walt Disney World. If a regular table at this restaurant just isn’t enough, you can book the Chef’s Table for an even more exclusive experience. Only one party can enjoy this experience each day. Guests must be 10 years of age or older to participate in this 3-hour dinner. At the Chef’s Table, you will enjoy a 10-course dinner prepared just for your party, complete with the sommelier’s vintage pairings for each item on the menu.

Cost: Prix Fixe menu, $250+ per guest; wine pairings $105+ per guest, not including tax and gratuity

2. Citricos Chef’s Domain, Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort

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Citricos is an elegant Mediterranean-inspired restaurant at the Grand Floridian. Even a regular meal includes multiple courses with entrees that range from $30 to $40 alone. If you really want to go the extra mile with this meal, book the Chef’s Domain dinner. You’ll enjoy a private culinary tour of the Mediterranean seaside with a special six-course menu created exclusively for your party. You’ll dine in a private room at a table for 12.

Cost: $650 minimum per party, not including tax and gratuity

3. Flying Fish Café Chef’s Tasting Wine Dinner, Disney’s BoardWalk

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The Flying Fish Café at Disney’s BoardWalk specializes in gourmet seafood. If you want to experience the very best this restaurant has to offer, book the Chef’s Tasting Wine Dinner. This special dining experience is available for parties of up to six guests. Children age 10 and over are welcome to attend as well. This meal includes five courses with perfect wine pairings for each.

Cost: $120+ per guest, not including tax and gratuity

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my husband and I had dinner here in Oct. it was a wedding gift from my sister and. Brother in law. The food was amazing, the service impeccable, the wine pairings perfect. Words really can't describe, it is truly a dining experience not to be missed.

We were able to snag Chef's Table for our 25th anniversary on Dec 23! We are so looking forward to it

My husband and I just had dinner there two nights ago. We didn't do the Chef's Table, but ate in the Queen Victoria Room. We've eaten there several times before, but in the regular dining room - this was the first time in the QV Room. Yes, it was VERY expensive, but absolutely phenomenal! It's a 10 course dinner - we had the 6:15 seating and we left at 10:15! There is no way to describe the food or service. It's something that has to be experienced!

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