Steakhouse at The Verandah

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Steaks and seafood of the highest calibre.

Do you crave an exquisite steak, seared to perfection? Or perhaps a taste of the ocean? Whether you’re in the mood for surf or turf or just somewhere extra special to dine out on board, Steakhouse at the Verandah offers just the place.

With a menu that celebrates the finest steaks and seafood throughout the world today, dining at Steakhouse at The Verandah is sure to be a culinary highlight of your voyage.

Perfect for special occasions (or just because), Steakhouse at The Verandah celebrates the best of land and sea. Buttery soft wagyu. Dry-aged Angus beef. A fruit de mer platter laden with lobster, Scottish langoustines, and Alaskan crab.

Open for lunch on sea days and dinner every evening, the exceptional menu features only the highest quality grass-fed and dry-aged beef, supplied by British butcher Aubrey Allen, whose passionate commitment to sustainable, pasture-bred, beef dates back to the 1930s. When ordering steak, not only will your choice be cooked exactly to your preference, you’ll even be presented with a selection of steak knives to choose from, each one engineered to cut effortlessly and cleanly. After all, the finest produce deserves the finest treatment.

Lunchtimes at Steakhouse at The Verandah are a relaxed occasion with an informal dress code. Expect favorites like delicately grilled lemon sole, and the signature Cunarder burger, served perfectly dressed in bone marrow mayonnaise. Should you be joining us for dinner, you’ll find the dress code has changed to smart attire with optional jacket. The evening menu also expands to include a wider steak selection and other options, such as succulent lamb cutlets.

As with the dining menu, the Bar at Steakhouse at the Verandah showcases ingredients hailing from either side of the Atlantic. You’ll find a generous list of drinks to complement your meal, including cocktails inspired by New York and London; a nod to Cunard’s iconic Transatlantic Crossing.

Why not arrange an extra special meal during your voyage, and book a table for lunch or dinner on My Cunard prior to sailing? Or you could book on board using our digital planner, My Voyage. The cost for dinner is US$65 if booked pre-cruise, or US$58.50 if booked on board, and for lunch, US$35 or US$31.50, respectively.

Gluten free and vegetarian dishes are available. If you have any food allergies or other dietary requirements, please inform us by phone after booking your voyage. Find out more about dietary requirements on board.

Le Gavroche at Sea with Michel Roux

Queen Anne and Queen Mary 2 will play host to an exclusive series of Le Gavroche residencies at sea this year when two Michelin-star chef Michel Roux will oversee four Le Gavroche residencies across four exciting Fjords voyages in 2024.

Guests will be treated to a five-course tasting menu infused with all the flavours of the sea, elegantly finessed using the very best produce.

During these voyages, Michel will also appear as an Insight Speaker in the Royal Court Theatre, regaling guests with stories from his illustrious 40-plus-year career in the hospitality industry.

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