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QV's Alternative Dining


The Real PM

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I haven't benn on the QV but it seems like it is from the Lido Menus. La Piazza, Carvery, Lotus.

 

Here are some menus:

 

http://www.cunard.co.uk/uploads/QV_LIDO.pdf

Thank you Ray. The menus look delightful. I thought for some reason that one of the alternative restaurants was Greek, but I guess not.

 

These alternative restaurants are excellent. I am surprised that more people don't try them.

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We used the Alternative Lido on QV on the transatlatic in January. It was set up on that occassion as a Fondue Evening. There were probably only 30 people using it (you had to book before 16:00 hrs) during our visit. It was very attentive service and we thoroughly enjoyed the experience and the food was excellent, the chocolate fondue for desert was particularly nice - and the bonus was no extra charge!!

 

It was a sectioned off area on the starboard side, aft.

 

Trevor

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We used the Alternative Lido on QV on the transatlatic in January. It was set up on that occassion as a Fondue Evening. There were probably only 30 people using it (you had to book before 16:00 hrs) during our visit. It was very attentive service and we thoroughly enjoyed the experience and the food was excellent, the chocolate fondue for desert was particularly nice - and the bonus was no extra charge!!

 

It was a sectioned off area on the starboard side, aft.

 

Trevor

 

Snap! It was excellent and I would highly recommend it - the Indian curry evening - which I did not try - is one I have heard people rave about. Well worth doing.

 

Peter

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Snap! It was excellent and I would highly recommend it - the Indian curry evening - which I did not try - is one I have heard people rave about. Well worth doing.

 

Peter

 

the sectioned off area is in the back of the lido and during the 2008 QV world cruise...and i assume its the same for the current cruise rotated with 3 nights as fondue night, indian night, english and asian. We tried all the variations and they were brilliant, if a little difficult to get reservations. They only open up for reservations at 9am for the meal that night and because of the limited seating...(30 i think) they were usually booked out by 9:05am!.....Well worth the effort though. And yes there is no extra charge. We ate there probably more frequently than the brittania, couldnt fault either the food or the service.

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This is our first cruise on Cunard...we are on a 6 day crossing ...coming off of two other back(transatlantic) to back(cruising the British Isles/Europe) cruises in the Bristish Isles/Europe. With limited luggage and planning for approx 34 days at sea ...we will not be able to pack formal wear except for possibly one suit/fancy dress. I would like to know what options will be available to us..dining areas ...we have a B balcony cabin. We are also cruising on HAL and NCL and we are very familiar with their dining options. :)

 

Are you able to order full menu from the dining room to be served in your cabin via room service?

 

..is there a casual wear dining option?

 

Are the venues for dining for breakfast/lunch casual wear?

 

Thank you so much for your responses.

 

1ph

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