Regent Seven Seas Cruises is further enhancing its reputation for fine dining at sea when its newest ship, Seven Seas Grandeur, debuts in November 2023.
The cruise line’s culinary teams, led by Bernhard Klotz, Regent’s
vice president food & beverage, have created more than 130 new
dishes and enhanced recipes of guest favourites across seven dining
venues - including reimagined spaces in its gourmet speciality
Andrea DeMarco, president of Regent Seven Seas Cruises, said Seven
Seas Grandeur has been “stunningly reimagined for the future, enhancing
the eclectic culinary experiences found on board through delightfully
refined menus and beautifully reimagined speciality restaurants”.
Highlights of the new dishes and recipes on board Seven Seas Grandeur include:
- 13 new dinner dishes to be served in Compass Rose, Regent’s signature restaurant.
- Prime 7, Regent’s steakhouse, will offer a new lunch menu, as well as a sharing plate of grilled meats for two at dinner.
- Three of the seven new dishes on French restaurant Chartreuse’s menu
have been inspired by the 3-Michelin Star L'Auberge du Vieux Puits
following an in-depth culinary tour of Narbonne, France.
Chartreuse will have a menu inspired by 3-Michelin Star L'Auberge du Vieux Puits.
- Pan-Asian Pacific Rim will offer two new mains and four new desserts.
- Eight authentic hot appetiser recipes have been created for diners seeking Italian specialities in Sette Mari at La Veranda.
- New plant-based dishes available include an Impossible Salisbury
Steak with truffle butter and Pacific Rim poke salad, plus additional
healthy options such as chia yogurt and homemade granolas will appear
for breakfast at La Veranda.
- Korean-fried chicken burger with gochujang-black garlic mayo for those looking for a more casual bite at The Pool Grill.
- Four Gerard Bertrand wines will be found exclusively on Chartreuse’s
complimentary wine list and a further five will grace the ship’s
Connoisseur Wine Menu.