Cunard, one of my favorite lines, has long been renowned for its dining venues and cuisine, and the launch of its new ship Queen Elizabeth, this fall, will continue this beautiful and delicious tradition.
The Queen Elizabeth’s newest venues will feature art deco touches, with marble, rich wood paneling, elaborate mosaics, and luminous chandeliers.
Here’s a peek at what guests aboard this gorgeous new ship can expect:
Cunard’s luxury-loving guests will love the traditional British Service served in the Queen Elizabeth’s two-deck Queens Room ballroom. As on Cunard’s other ships, they can expect white-gloved waiters, musicians, finger sandwiches, and scones.
Cocktails will be available in a variety of venues throughout the ship, including the Commodore Club, Café Carinthia, the Garden Lounge, Yacht Club, Midships Bar, and Golden Lion Pub.
Those who yearn for the fine dining experience need look no further than The Verandah, with fine French cuisine. This renowned cuisine will reflect the flavor of regions such as Périgord, Pyrenees, Alsace, Bresse and Burgundy.
The Queen’s Grill and Princess Grill will be cantilevered out over the side of the vessel and will feature ala carte menus. French doors will open onto the Courtyard, where al fresco dining will be offered. A quick trip up the stairs will lead passengers to the Grills Terrace, where Grills guests can enjoy sun beds and dedicated wait staff service.
The Britannia Restaurant, Queen Elizabeth’s main two-tiered dining room, will feature a sweeping staircase and a backlit decorative ceiling. Breakfast and lunch will be served by open seating.
Queen Elizabeth’s Lido Restaurants will include these indulgent options:
– Asado – Serving South American cuisine, Asado will feature the traditional grilled meats such as Roasted Chimmichuri Chicken and Argentinean Lamb Chops with Pistachio.
— Aztec –Mexican cuisine at it’s finest; Aztec will showcase dishes such as Chile Relleno de Espinaca and Banana-Wrapped Snapper Veracruzana.
— Jasmine – Tantalizing dishes are inspired by Pan-Asian cuisine, producing dishes that range from Aromatic Crispy Duck to Char Siew Pau.