Cruising carnivores have another reason to rejoice: After last summer’s wildly successful steakhouse menu test run on the Queen Mary 2, Cunard has decided to introduce the menu across all three of its royally-named vessels. That means that passengers on the Queen Mary 2, Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria will all get to enjoy what’s being called Steakhouse at the Verandah.
“The Very Best Steakhouse at Sea.”
The restaurant will be open to passengers on sea days for both lunch and dinner at a cost of $25 per person for lunch, and $39 per person for dinner. Menu items range all the way from a good old New York Strip to Wagyu Beef, but you’ll also be able to find globally inspired dishes as well.
Options worth considering:
- Scotch Grass-Fed, Dry-Aged Beed
- Salt Marsh Lamb Rack
- Maine Lobster
- Alaskan King Crab
- USDA Gran Finished New York Strip
- Australian Wagyu Beef
“After the success of the new Steakhouse menu onboard Queen Mary 2 last summer, our team has decided to take the concept across the fleet,” said Josh Leibowitz, Senior Vice President, Cunard North America. “We welcome guests to join us at the new Steakhouse at The Verandah concept for the very best steakhouse at sea.”
Of course, a great meal deserves an equally special cocktail served alongside it. So along with the top-notch cuisine available courtesy of the new steakhouse menu, the Bar at the Verandah will boast crafted cocktails inspired by mixologists from around the world, with a wine list focusing on excellent steak-pairings like peppery Syrahs and juicy Malbecs.
Dinner reservations for Steakhouse on the Verandah are both recommended and available to book in advance; however, lunch reservations can only be booked by passengers after they have boarded.
Which dish are you most excited to try?
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