Cunard has introduced a new dining concept across its fleet of three ships. The new concept, ‘Steakhouse at the Verandah’ was trialed aboard the company’s flagship, Queen Mary 2 but has now been introduced on board Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth.
The ships’ teams of chefs have curated a menu which takes influence from both sides of the Atlantic, showcasing Prime USDA grain finished New York Strip steak, Maine lobster and Alaskan king crab, as well as dishes celebrating British provenance such as Scotch grass fed dry aged beef and Salt Marsh lamb rack. The new menu also features offerings from other destinations further away such as renowned Wagyu Beef from Australia also feature.
In addition, the new menu also includes vegetarian and gluten-free options.
Josh Leibowitz, Senior Vice President, Cunard North America, said: "After the success of the new steakhouse menu on board Queen Mary 2 last summer, our team has decided to take the concept across the fleet."
The Verandah Bar will also feature a list of new cocktails and a selection of wines which have been selected to complement the food offerings on the menu from ‘Steakhouse At The Verandah’.
The venue is open on sea days for lunch (12:00-13:30) at a cost of $25.00 per person. Reservations for dinner can also be made (18:30-21:00) and are priced at $39.00 per person. Please note some menu items to have an additional surcharge.