Cunard replaces Todd English restaurant on Queen Victoria

By Tom Stieghorst
Cunard Line said it has substituted a Verandah alternative restaurant for what had been the Todd English restaurant on the Queen Victoria.

The move means Verandah is now on two of Cunard's three ships; only Queen Mary 2 continues to have a Todd English outlet.

The menu in the 100-seat Verandah restaurant on Queen Victoria will be slightly different than that on the Queen Elizabeth, Cunard said.

The first Queen Victoria cruise with the new restaurant was a Baltic itinerary that departed Southampton on June 1.

The Verandah menu has been created by Chef Patron Jean-Marie Zimmermann, global culinary ambassador for Cunard Line.

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