Regent Seven Seas revamps dining aboard new ship Grandeur with 130 new dishes

Regent Seven Seas is introducing 130 new dishes across the dozen restaurants and cafes available aboard its upcoming cruise ship Seven Seas Grandeur.

Seven Seas Grandeur is due to undertake her maiden voyage, a 7-day sail from Trieste to Barcelona, this November, and along with the ultra-luxurious amenities of her sister ship Seven Seas Splendour, she’ll also feature new culinary offerings.

Andrea DeMarco, president of Regent Seven Seas Cruises, said the new dishes will offer guests an eclectic culinary experience that celebrates the heritage of the cruise line.

Compass Rose Main Dining Room

“For over 30 years we have provided our guests with the highest standards in luxury travel, from personalised on-board service and immersive destination experiences, to perfecting epicurean offerings across the world’s most luxurious fleet,” said DeMarco.

“As a celebration of Regent’s heritage, 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 specialty restaurants,” she said.

Regent’s signature restaurant Compass Rose will have 13 new dinner dishes, and the steak house, Prime 7, will offer a new lunch menu.

Sette Mari at La Veranda

The signature pan-Asian restaurant, Pacific Rim, will have two new entrees and four new desserts, while the Italian restaurant Sette Mari at La Veranda will feature eight new appetizers.

Seven Seas Grandeur will also offer plant-based dishes, such as an Impossible Salisbury Steak with truffle butter.

The new menus are intended to complement the new designs of the restaurants. Compass Rose at Seven Seas Grandeur will have waterfall sculptures made with metal and hand-blown glass, with crystal and wood-edged trees to look like a forest.

Sette Mari at La Veranda’s design is based on the architecture of the Amalfi Coast, and the French restaurant, Chartreuse offers Art Deco inspired lighting with Art Nouveau aesthetics to go with their  new dishes such as halibut viennoiseries with fennel, porcini, and more.

Seven Seas Grandeur’s inaugural season will offer 18 sailings in the Mediterranean and Caribbean regions, as well as two transatlantic voyages.

The 750-passenger ship is a sister ship to Seven Seas Splendor, which debuted in February 2020, and Seven Seas Explorer, which launched in 2016. The new class of vessels are self-titled as “world’s most luxurious cruise ships. On a per-ton basis, they are also the most expensive cruise ships ever built.

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