Experience a global culinary adventure at the Queen Mary’s Royal Sunday Brunch

The Queen Mary’s Royal Sunday Brunch invites guests to experience a global culinary adventure aboard the historic ocean liner. Named “No. 1 Hotel Brunch in the World” by Conde Nast Traveler, the Royal Sunday Brunch features over 50 unique dishes from around the world.

Wrapped in the elegant grace of the Grand and Windsor Salons, the Royal Sunday Brunch has the air of a royal soiree and is known to tantalize even the most discerning palates. With free flowing champagne, an iconic menu and live entertainment, Royal Sunday Brunch is a Long Beach tradition and destination for international food enthusiasts.

Signature menus include traditional western breakfast fare with made-to-order omelets, pancakes, eggs benedict and homemade hash. Experience a southwestern flare with albondigas soup, carne asada tacos, hot n’ sour soup, or Asian style ribs. The lighter side offers a refreshing salad station featuring chef crafted cobb salad, imported tuna niçoise and a vast selection of domestic and imported cheeses. The signature carving station is a highlight of brunch, offering perfectly prepared prime rib au jus and leg of lamb with mint jus.

To compliment the Royal Sunday Brunch experience, Commodore Everette Hoard offers a new, intimate guided tour of the ship on Sundays, from 2-3 p.m., exclusively for brunch guests. The Commodore’s Tour takes a one-of-a-kind voyage across the oceans of time, diving into the Queen Mary’s vast history. The tour route varies weekly visiting the Officers’ Quarters, Wheelhouse, and other historic locations of interest aboard the majestic liner. Tickets for the Commodore’s Tour are $20 per person, available for purchase at the Queen Mary Tour Center, located on the Promenade Deck.

Commodore Everette Hoard’s association with the Queen Mary began in 1981. Everette first became fascinated with the ship at 3 years old and this interest has been a driving force throughout his life. Everette has spent a great deal of time in the United Kingdom researching the history of the Queen liners. His travels have included visits with Captain John Treasure Jones, the Queen Mary’s last Cunard master. The Commodore is currently serving on the historic advisory council to the Cunard Line. When he is not aboard his beloved Queen Mary, Commodore spends his time lecturing about her at sea on the modern Cunard liners Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria, and Queen Elizabeth.

Royal Sunday Brunch is available on Sundays from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Brunch starts at $69.00 per person without champagne, $79.00 per person with champagne and $24.00 for children ages 4-11. Reservations are highly recommended. For more information visit queenmary.com.

This article was released by the Queen Mary.

Featured Photo: Photo courtesy of Queen Mary.