What To Expect On Board: Fine Dining On Seabourn

Food
Dining on Seabourn: Food that is as creatively presented as it is tasty. © 2013 Chris Stanley

Seabourn’s modern fleet features four dining venues, ranging from al fresco dining to the gorgeous main dining room, called simply, The Restaurant. From local specialities to international dishes, Seabourn serves up fine dining at its best, rivaling what you might expect to find in the world’s best restaurants.

The Restaurant
The Restaurant. © 2013 Chris Stanley

The Restaurant offers open-seating dining, meaning that there’s no rush for you to be in the dining room at an assigned time or at an assigned table. Take your place at a table for two, four or more to experience award-winning cuisine skillfully prepared and presented.

The Colonnade
The Colonnade on Seabourn Quest. © 2013 Chris Stanley

You don’t have to sit indoors for a culinary experience. Seabourn features outdoor dining venues, serving up all that fine food with gorgeous, ever-changing views, and, as elsewhere throughout its fleet, complimentary regional wines.

Wine
Fine wines, often from the region where Seabourn is sailing, served at no extra charge. © 2013 Chris Stanley

The Colonnade features both al fresco and indoor dining, open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The Colonnade offers what you might call elegant bistro dining with selections that can be as colorful as they are delicious.

Friendly staff in The Colonnade
Friendly staff in The Colonnade. © 2013 Chris Stanley

Head to the pool deck for a night of dining under the stars where you will be served from an open kitchen at The Patio Grill. Out by the pool, al fresco dining, under the stars, the smell of the sea, fantastic food, a nice bar, good music — what more could you ask for?

Restaurant 2
Reservations required at Restaurant 2. © 2013 Chris Stanley

Step back inside for a unique and fun concept set in an extremely attractive room where the dining experience has been described as a culinary journey. Open only for dinner, Restaurant 2 features an array of small plates creatively prepared and served mostly two or three to a course over five courses, definitely an experience worth you may want to repeat on your cruise. Reservations are requested, because it seats only 40, but there’s no extra charge to enjoy this five-course tasting menu in Restaurant 2.

Restaurant 2
Two to three small bites served over five courses at Restaurant 2. © 2013 Chris Stanley

So whether you enjoy the elegant bistro of the Colonnade, the casual atmosphere of the Patio Grill, the culinary journey of Restaurant 2, or even fine dining in the main restaurant, you’re sure to find something that pleases your palate when cruising Seabourn.

Your host, Ralph Grizzle
Your host, Ralph Grizzle, at the Patio Grill on Seabourn Quest. Cheers! © 2013 Chris Stanley

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