Seabourn has unveiled its newest fine dining experience inspired by the places it visits

Seabourn has unveiled its newest fine dining experience inspired by the places it visits
Edited by Travel Weekly

    Seabourn has announced the opening of its new dining experience, Solis, on Seabourn Quest, celebrating Mediterranean cuisine inspired by the lines’ ports of call.

    Solis will feature modern cuisine bursting with color and character, prepared fresh daily and will be implemented across Seabourn Ovation, Seabourn Encore and Seabourn Sojourn by Spring 2024.

    Designed to appeal to every one of the senses, Solis will transport guests to the Mediterranean through a number of surprise and delight culinary moments. Highlights include whimsical cocktails, vibrant plating, and flavour combinations that are both familiar and elevated, all served within a redesigned dining space reminiscent of the afterglow of the sun.

    “There’s no better way to start a new year than by unveiling a new fine dining experience, and the debut of Solis is a milestone that guests of Seabourn Quest are going to enjoy and remember,” president, Seabourn, Natalya Leahy, said.

    “Every dish and drink at Solis have been carefully created to reflect the inspirations from the places we visit, while the design and ambiance of the dining room set the perfect Mediterranean atmosphere combined with Seabourn style for guests to enjoy during their dining experience.”

    The Solis experience will offer a newly presented, refined vintage-inspired cocktail menu that features an allure of classic cocktails, expertly crafted to perfection. From classics such as the Americano and the Bellini to the always-popular Negroni, the team of talented mixologists have curated this menu to ensure that every drink is a masterpiece of flavors and aesthetics.

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    The concept behind Solis is the work of master chef and Culinary Partner Anton “Tony” Egger in partnership with senior corporate chef Franck Salein, who took inspiration from feedback from Seabourn guests.

    “Over the years, Franck and I have been keen to discover what Seabourn guests enjoy about onboard dining,” Egger, said.

    “What we’ve found all comes together at Solis, where we’re telling a story of culinary richness and presenting pure enjoyment on the plate and in the glass.”

    Solis invites guests for dinner via reservations, with one visit allotted per guest every seven days, to ensure every guest on board has an opportunity to experience it

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