Britain's White Star Line entered RMS Olympic into service in 1911 as the first ocean liner of their Olympic Class. Her sister ship, the RMS Titanic, famously went to sea in 1912. The Olympic was spared her sister's fate, successfully crossing the Atlantic for 24 years, even serving her country as a troopship in World War I. Our RMS Olympic Restaurant actually features French walnut paneling from the A La Carte restaurant on the RMS Olympic. The panels were found in a suburban house in Southport, England. The current owner of the home was willing to sell us the panels, as long as we bought the entire house along with them! The deal was done, and the paneling was carefully removed and put in the hands of craftsmen who restored the faded walnut to its former splendor. Many guests tell us that the Olympic Restaurant one of the most beautiful of our four maritime restaurants.
The goal is the perfect marriage of flavors, artfully presented. We always seek out the highest quality ingredients, such as sourcing domestic, diver-caught scallops. We especially love to prepare some of the dishes tableside for you, as you watch. The quality of the ingredients and the presentation is key. Dishes are created in the classical realm, but we really work with how the dishes and their accompaniments are presented. A cognac-flambéed lobster tail with fresh basil, applewood smoked bacon and Dijon cream, is finished right in front of you at your table.
Guests 12 years or older are welcome
Don't miss Champagne High Tea
Experience our Five Senses Menu: six courses are presented in a tasting menu, perfectly paired with wine, designed to stimulate all your senses.
Enjoy the artisanal cheeses perfectly paired with port wine
Dine on custom Rosenthal dinnerware and Riedel® crystal
Your Sommelier will guide you through the wine list in the private cellar