About Chelsea's Chowder House
Choose from a variety of chowders, stews and brews for an unforgettable, international culinary experience. High-quality steaks offer diners a tempting alternative to seafood, but it is the seafood that rules at Chelsea Chowder House. Sample our most popular chowders, which change weekly, or savor one of our other signature fresh seafood dishes.
Long Beach, CA 90802
Hours of Operation:
5:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
4:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Monday – Thursday 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
The Queen Mary’s award-winning culinary staff creates innovative banquet cuisine for groups from 10 to 5,000 and even offers event goers the unique experience of enjoying the maiden voyage meal. Our chef’s expertly recreate the meal that travelers ate in 1936 when the Queen Mary first set sail. Take a culinary journey with world-class meals from all over the globe. Even the most discerning epicureans will delight in our award-winning cuisine.
Self-parking: $8 with validation (up to 3 hours)/$22 all-day parking
Valet-parking: $15 with validation (up to 3 hours)/$27 all-day valet parking
Long Beach Transit Passport, route C.
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
The Queen Mary host numerous special events each year - check out our website for more information: http://www.queenmary.com/events/calendar-of-events/
We offer semi-private areas for large groups, private parties and special occasions.
Chelsea's Chowder House Ratings and Reviews
My party and I arrived at the Queen Mary parking lot where we were supposed be able to park for free, but instead we were charged at a discounted rate. The signage was poor, and we were not sure where to enter the ship for the restaurant. When we finally found where to go ourselves once onboard the vessel. We were greeted and seated right away. The food was on the expensive side, and the quality was not exceptional just good. I would not recommend dining at this restaurant. Instead, the Queen Mary is a better place to go for drinks at one of the many bars onboard.
This is the mid-price restaurant on the Queen Mary. The staff were friendly, the food and service were good. For some reason the air conditioning was on (in December), so it was uncomfortably cold all through the meal. I would return but would bring extra layers.
Took my honey there for his 60th birthday. His 2 brothers & sis-in-laws flew in from out of state. Luis was WONDERFUL and made our lunch surprise even better with the cake & great ideas. He suggested the Lobster Bisque, which I've never had, WONDERFULLY smooth and tasty. Everyone LOVED the Fish & Chips, including the Bday boy. I had Ceaser Salad w/chk, wow, it was so fresh.
Walking around afterwards made the day even MORE amazing.
I can't wait to go back again.
THANK YOU for helping make my honey's day so special.
P.S. and than you for the great weather because now it's too hot! lol
Sharon Sterner & the Armentrout family
Steak and pasta were delicious. Our server Angel was courteous and provides us great service.
We were celebrating on our daughter's birthday celebration and we were surprised by the cake and candle given to her.The restaurant has spectacular view of the long beach harbor.
I highly recommend to dine on this restaurant either you are on a business trip or pleasure.
The roadway to the harbor is in need of repair. The exterior of the ship has not been kept up. The interior is interesting and the Queen Mary is a good example of another era when travel was at a more leisurely pace. The dining area is not air conditioned and was quite uncomfortable in the early evening. The service was very poor. The meal, however, was excellent.
Pricey, probably because it is on the Queen Mary. There is a good view from any table. The macaroni and cheese does not have a crusty top as indicated and the meat on the Ruben sandwich was hard and dry. The lobster was good sized and cooked to the right consistency. The staff and kitchen are flexible and responsive.
The waiting area was very stuffy ....like there was no air. Really need to get some type of ventilation going....even a fan would have helped. Also, your webpage picture shows people eating crab legs and we specifically went for crab legs and there were none on the menu. We looked at the online menu and did not see them....so we thought they would be a daily special since there was an entire webpage with one huge picture of a family eating crab legs.....kind of disappointing. The food we ordered was good though.
If you make a reservation at noon or 12:30 you will probably be seated on the window side, which provides a great view of downtown Long Beach across the water. I lowered the rating due to the length of time it took to receive and process the bill due to the tables had filled up and there were too few waiters.
We greatly appreciated the attention we received from Alex, our server. We were pleased with the way he explained our gluten-free options. We were less than pleased with the very high cost of menu items, but understand the value of eating in such an historic place.
Definitely great food, menu could be expanded a little bit but is definitely good as is. The view is beautiful on the Queen Mary and I guess that's why the food is a little pricey. Overall, service is great and so is the atmosphere so it was worth the extra few bucks for a special dinner.
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