QE Verandah Cover Charge Question

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#1
Nottinghamshire
10 Posts
Joined Nov 2010
We are travelling on QE later in the year and I have just gone ahead and booked our party into the Verandah restaurant. We have previously dined at the Verandah on QV but I think that has a slightly different set-up with the menu (and the cost was only $24 if I remember correctly).

The cost of booking QE Verandah was $35 and I have pre-paid. Is the $35 used as a credit towards the items on the A la carte menu (i.e. most starters are $7, mains $18 and desserts $6) or are the a la carte costs ON TOP of the $35? If they are on top then it seems like the prices have gone through the roof since our last trip. Just want to understand how it works so I can inform the group before we go. I see a degustation menu on the Cunard website as well that puts the cost at $35 so am confused.

Thanks.
#2
Shropshire
41 Posts
Joined Feb 2015
Hi tough Guy, we ate in Verandah 2 years ago and I think it was the same price, its $35 per head for the set menu and it was AMAZING, in fact you have just reminded me to book again, hope you like it!
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#3
319 Posts
Joined Jun 2005
Just had the free World Club lunch last month on the QM2 and found the Verandah 100% better than the year before. The beef was excellent and the armangac prune tart greatly improved.
#4
Vale of Glamorgan
3,253 Posts
Joined Aug 2007
I haven't eaten in the Verandah but when I booked Todd English on QM2, the price I paid in advance was deducted from the total amount.
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#5
BH13 - England
2,488 Posts
Joined Jan 2009
The Verrandah also offered a "Chefs Table" wine pairing menu, hosted by the Executive Chef. Pure theatre and dining pleasure. Think the price was about $120.00, and worth every cent.

Enquire with your MD on first evening.
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