Queen Victoria Debuts New Dining Option

Earlier this month, Cunard’s Queen Victoria debuted a new alternative dining option, The Verandah, on her June 1st St. Petersburg & Baltics Cruise.

restaurantThe new restaurant has replaced the Todd English Restaurant and features a more refined menu, created by Chef Patron Jean-Marie Zimmermann, global culinary ambassador for Cunard Line, who is also a Michelin-starred chef. The new Verandah menu includes a choice of seven entrees, eleven plats principaux and six dessert choices. In addition to the new menu, the entire dining venue has been remodeled into a more elegant and refined dining space.

“Queen Victoria’s new Verandah Restaurant is an exciting addition to the Cunard culinary offering, which now includes some of the most highly-rated dining at sea and no fewer than twelve different dining venues,” said Peter Shanks, president of Cunard Line. “The passenger feedback we have received for both lunch and dinner in these first days of the Verandah’s operation has been very positive indeed and booking has proved essential for evening dining in particular.”

The new restaurant, also found aboard the Queen Elizabeth, features special ala carte items and carries a $15 cover charge per guest for lunch and a $25 cover charge per guest for dinner.

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Photos: Cunard Line.

 

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