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New Restaurant Opens On Cunard’s Queen Victoria

Guests set to sail on Cunard’s Queen Victoria in the next few weeks will be among the first to try out the vessels’ latest dining option.

The Verandah, which is billed as a “formal alternative dining venue”, has replaced The Todd English Restaurant and is set to offer a dining experience more in-keeping with Cunard vessels of the past.

Serving contemporary French cuisine designed by Jean-Marie Zimmermann - sample dishes include smoked beef with marinated aubergine and lobster flambéed with cognac - The Verandah offers a classically upscale environment in which to dine, with Cunard claiming that the experience is reminiscent of the Verandah Grill which could be found aboard the original Queen Victoria.

The award-winning concept has already proved successful on Queen Elizabeth, although Cunard has said that the Verandah on Queen Victoria will offer a slightly different menu.
Cunard has also announced that guests who previously enjoyed dining in the Todd English restaurant on Queen Victoria will still be able to find the venue on their Queen Mary 2 vessel and that there are no plans to replace it in the near future.

For more information on cruise with Cunard, please call one of our Cruise Experts on 0800 008 6677 or alternatively view the line’s upcoming voyages here: Cunard Cruises 2013.