the supper club on the CONQUEST. I recommend the appetizer of lobster bisque or french onion soup, escargot (these were freaking incredbly made with pastries and such, gorgeous) and main course, filet mignon and lobster with wasabi mashed potatoes and squash ravioli.
for dessert they gave us homade truffels (as a gift) i had the trio of chocolate.
Now im freaking hungry. This was by far the best 30 bucks each we spent all week long. Next cruise were doing it twice!
Its atleast a 2 hour event...and do tip your waitstaff a bit extra for all the lavish attention bestowed on you!
hope these arent too big
started with an amuse-bouche of leek soup with caviar for him and an oyster with mango for me (complimentary) not pictured.
appetizers me- escargot baby! Him- jumbo prawn (really jumbo lol)
(we also had salad and soup, salad prepared tableside, no pics)
TRIO OF ESCARGOT
Baked in Brioche, stuffed in Fondue Potatoes and classic Bourguingnonne
SURF AND TURF
Seared Lobster Tail over tomato confit and Grilled Filet Mignon over Cardamom Braised Carrots and Pumpkin Ravioli. I also had wasabi mashed potatoes (to die for) and hubby had a baked potato.
This put the filet and the lobster in the main dining room to utter shame!
Washington Apple Tarte
with chocolate and lemon balm salad and homemade vanilla bean icecream.
Chocolate Tarte With Bitter Chocolate Pate'
Pinapple Croquant, Tiramisu Notre Facon
(dont know what half that means, but it was yummmmo)
cost 30.00 each, plus hubby tipped an additional 20.00 because service was so absolutely excellet. Best excursion we took all week
, at 80 bucks, it was worth a 200 + easily on land!
Will most assuradly do this every trip and sometimes twice! Highly recommended. Again, you can still have more than one appetizer etc, but i would refrain fro picking more than one main dish as im not sure thats allowed. We were allowed to get soup and salad[/img]