Virgin Voyages has released new details of the dining options to be offered aboard its launch ship, Scarlet Lady. The range includes a number of specialty restaurants. The new-to-cruising company revealed it would not impose a surcharge on “sailors” dining at its finer establishments, choosing an “all in” pricing structure on nosh.
Scarlet Lady will debut in 2020, offering some dining 20 venues. Below are renderings of the latest venues, which join eateries disclosed in May, such as The Test Kitchen and Pink Agave. The latest options include Wake, Razzle Dazzle, Geonbae, The Galley and Extra Virgin.
At the aft of the ship will be the aptly named Wake, serving steak and seafood, as well as a “Sommelier-led Magnum menu”.
Wake is the work of designers Roman and Williams. From windows, patrons will view the wake of Scarlet Lady.
Razzle Dazzle will be Scarlet Lady‘s signature onboard eatery. Its bold design is designed by Concrete Amsterdam.
Virgin Voyages says it is “serving familiar favourites from breakfast to dinner, prepared from consciously sourced ingredients served in a fresh, no frills, and downright delicious way. There’s sure to be something here for every sailor from scrumptious toasts to juicy burgers and zesty, vibrant salads. With so much variety, you won’t need to worry about checking the menu ahead of time for that one picky eater in every group (you know who they are).”
Razzle Dazzle will also be the location of a drag queen show, hosted by Virgin Voyages’ “Drag Bunch”, on two days of every voyage.
The Galley is a made-to-order food market. “Instead of buffets, you have a variety of options for whatever meal or craving you’re feeling,” Virgin Voyages said.
The Pizza Place
Extra Virgin: a pasta-focused eatery. “With communal tables and a private dining room inspired by a “mobster’s lair”, this is the perfect space to enjoy top-tier dining that feels like a home-cooked meal.”
Geonbae will be the scene of the “best Korean barbecue on the seven seas.”