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Cunard reveals new dining options for revamped QM2

Cunard reveals new dining options for remastered QM2

Cunard, the British luxury travel brand, has announced the introduction of new dining options as well as a host of enhancements to each of the liner’s existing restaurants during Queen Mary 2’s major refit taking place in June.

Queen Mary 2 will see the creation of the entirely new Carinthia Lounge that will serve alternative breakfast and lunchtime offerings together with bespoke premium coffees; the addition of The Verandah restaurant evoking memories of the famous grill on the original Queen Mary; a completely transformed Kings Court Buffet; new Queens and Princess Grill menus and completely refurbished restaurants for guests staying in the suites and a new Smokehouse alternative dining concept.

In addition, menus in the existing Britannia Restaurant and Golden Lion pub, together with Cunard’s famous Afternoon Tea selection served in the Veuve Clicquot Champagne Bar, will all be refreshed.

Cunard reveals new dining options for revamped QM2
Many of the new menus are being created and tested at a specially-commissioned new Development Kitchen which has opened in Southampton

Many of the new menus are being created and tested at a specially-commissioned new Development Kitchen which has opened in Southampton. Here, teams of chefs have been working with other culinary experts and suppliers to create a wide range of new dishes to be served on board.

“At Cunard, we pride ourselves in delivering a culinary experience that continuously exceeds guest expectations and illustrates Cunard’s utmost attention to detail,” said Angus Struthers, Marketing Director, Cunard.

He added: “We are pleased to debut refreshed culinary offerings on Queen Mary 2 Remastered, which we have created to appeal to the most discerning guests while revitalising classic dishes and creating new ones.”

For more information about Queen Mary 2 Remastered, visit cunard.co.uk.

Photograph above by Christopher Ison