The design studio behind the Prime 7 steakhouse on board Regent Seven Seas Grandeur has revealed the creativity behind the luxurious interiors. Studio DADO sought inspiration from the styling of classic New York steakhouses at the turn of the 20th century, while introducing nods to the intrepid traveller.
Seven Seas Grandeur will provide among the highest space and staff-to-guest ratios in the industry, with a gross tonnage of 55,500 and only 746 guests.
Yohandel Ruiz, one of the Founders of Studio DADO, said: “Regent’s guests are among the hospitality world’s most sophisticated travellers. Our challenge was to create something comfortable, traditional, even classic but in a way that feels fresh, new and unabashedly contemporary.
“Every element of Seven Seas Grandeur’s Prime 7 has been treated as a piece of art – from the stitched ceilings to the whiskey decanters, to the fashion-inspired furniture, each detail was hand-selected to transport guests to a familiar time.”
Guests in Prime 7 will enjoy mouthwatering starters such as jumbo lump crab cakes with tartar sauce and lemon, Black Angus Beef steak tartare with truffle-beer bread or succulent jumbo shrimp with a citrus cocktail sauce. Each of the steaks on the menu is USDA prime beef and dry-aged for 28 days to ensure the ultimate in taste and tenderness. Cuts include prime New York strip, porterhouse and succulent filet mignon, to name just a few.