Both my wife and I felt this was probably the best meal of our lives. Everything was perfect, the service was attentive and yet low-key. We had the basic 7-course meal which took about 2-1/2 hours yet the time flew by. The food was superb, not one complaint about any course. The restaurant is quite small and the decor is fancy but subdued Victorian. A live harpist played throughout our evening unobtrusively. My only minor complaint is that they served a little too much wine with my wine pairing, although its partly my fault for feeling like I needed to drink everything they poured. One word of advice...if you're traveling from another Disney property by bus or monorail, pay attention to their hours of operation. We had a late seating for dinner and all modes do transportation were closed by the time we finished, leaving only taxis as an option.
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