Seabourn announced last year that it was partnering with celeb chef Thomas Keller in offering fresh cuisine on-board its ships. Now the time has come to taste it.
The small-ship cruise line recently revealed what's on the menu on for Seabourn's Odyssey, Quest and Sojourn ships.
The French American-style main courses featured in the Restaurant go something like this:
--buckwheat gnocchi with glazed shiitake mushrooms, golden beets, savoy cabbage and yuzu, and
--Sonoma duck breast poele with crispy rillettes, glazed turnips, pickled blueberries and red cabbage puree.
Starters include duck foie gras, and desserts include Champagne and Granny Smith apple trifle or a ginger and yogurt semifreddo (or semi-frozen).
And the cruise line plans to add a new restaurant in May aboard Seabourn Quest too.
Seabourn ships typically have just 300 suites each, making for an intimate cruise experience. It plans to launch a new ship, Encore, in December.
Info: Seabourn, (800) 929-9391 or contact a travel professional