Seabourn will debut a brand new restaurant on board their ultra-luxury blue water fleet in 2024. Named Solis, the speciality dining venue will celebrate modern Mediterranean cuisine.
“We are committed to continuously innovating to delight our guests with unparalleled dining options.”
Natalya Leahy – President, Seabourn.
Solis promises to be a signature fine dining experience. Indeed, it was developed in collaboration with long-time Seabourn partners, chefs Anton Egger and Franck Salein. Both of whom have extensive backgrounds in Michelin-starred restaurants.
It’s worth noting that Solis will replace The Grill by Thomas Keller; the space will be redesigned – given a fresh decor reminiscent of the afterglow of the sun.
What’s on the Solis menu?
Seabourn tell us the Solis menu is inspired by the taste of Mediterranean France, Italy and Greece. There will be familiarity as well as culinary modernity, enhanced by chefs Egger and Salein’s passion for exemplary gastronomy.
Featured dishes include Roasted Scallops with Toasted Brioche, Spinach Ricotta, Preserved Broad Beans & Crisp Yellow Beet Roots as well as Provencal Herbs Crusted Red Tuna Loin with Dill Marinated Cucumber and Pickled Radish, Shaved Coconut & Citrus Dressing.
Not to mention a Tuscan-style grilled beef porterhouse steak and Confit of Lamb Shank. There will also be a range of tempting vegetarian and vegan options.
Like The Grill by Tomas Keller, Solis will offer an exclusive array of classic cocktails designed to complement the menu. These remain largely under wraps for now, but in keeping with the Mediterranean theme Kirs and Spritzs will be available.
Solis will debut on Seabourn Quest in January 2024. The new restaurant and will then be rolled out across Seabourn Encore, Seabourn Ovation and Seabourn Sojourn in time for the northern summer of 2024.
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