Even if you’ve never been on a cruise ship, you probably know the tales of limitless buffets and great dining experiences from champagne brunch to Wagu beef entrees. Aboard the QM2, they take it to the absolute limit of the gastronomical stratosphere. So, for all you foodies out there, here’s the best of the best I enjoyed on my recent voyage on the world’s only ocean liner—in the Queen’s Grill dining room—the poshest of the posh.
Let’s start with breakfast!
A mid-morning pick-me-up on a sea day following our northward course.
It’s lunch time! Though not every day…keeping an eye on my waistline! I typically get an appetizer and salad or soup. Just right.
And, by 7 or 7:30 p.m., it’s dinner time! (But only after a swim and walking nigh on four miles!) Once again, I go for two appetizers, and skip the entree, with dessert every other night.
And dinner begins with an “avant-goût” or “little taste.”
Of course, wine with dinner, too! A glass will do.
And now for the main course…which for me was often another appetizer or a half-portion of the day’s entree offerings.
And a few times I added dessert as a special treat.