Thomas Keller Brings His Culinary Finesse to Seabourn Quest

  • R to L, Chef Thomas Keller, Adam Tihany, Seabourn President, Richard Meadows
  • Seabourn Quest the Grill's Strip Steak
  • Juliana Distefano

The newest fine-dining restaurant aboard the luxury cruise ship Seabourn Quest, the Grill by Thomas Keller officially debuted last month. Michelin three-star chef Thomas Keller and designer Adam D. Tihany have created a decadent culinary experience that caters to steak lovers. The menu, wine list, and design of the restaurant are all influenced by the classic American chophouse. Along with traditional steakhouse dishes, the Grill offers new takes on classics like lobster thermidor with creamed spinach and thick-cut prime New York strip steak. Oenophiles will be sated by the restaurant’s extensive selection of 90 wines, all chosen by Keller. Open for dinner daily, the Grill is included in the trip’s all-inclusive rate. Seabourn also plans to open the Grill on its next two launches: Seabourn Encore in 2016 and Seabourn Ovation in 2018. (seabourn.com)

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