Murano – Specialty Restaurant Onboard Eclipse

In Baltics on July 31, 2011 at 11:36 pm


I won’t go into the specifics of each dish, but I must say that the Murano lobster (cooked at your tableside), the lobster bisque (very clear taste), and the Grand Marnier Souffle are my favorites for the three courses after dining twice. And here we are – pictures speak a thousand words, (but there are captions to help along the way).

amuse bouche of green pea soup

Scallop Wellington

Rocket Salad with Goat Cheese

Lobster Bisque

If you are ordering lobster or other dishes cooked at your table-side, he would be an excellent server! Precise and fluid motion somehow added to the taste of the resulting dish.

Two Portions of Murano Lobster (1 portion is already a lot!)

Flame - probably more for show than for taste.

Murano Lobster (1 portion), Cooked at Tableside

Veal Chop with Yorkshire Pudding

Duck Confit and Duck Breast

Cheese Wagon

Grand Marnier Souffle

Strawberry Crepe

Strawberry Crepe

Murano was a very traditional restaurant that served the classics. Certainly a lot better than the main dining room, with a lot of tasty dishes. A good place to satisfy yourselves with well-cooked (and well-known) dishes!


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