Sir Winston's Aboard The Queen Mary
David is the best server!
Fantastic atmosphere, food and service. Great for a romantic evening!
Very nice experiense and great food
Good bar and nice tables close to window with the view
We had a lovely birthday meal with my daughter and her 10 year old daughter. They were very nice to us. The waiter was especially kid friendly. They gave me a birthday treat, cheesecake with a candle, and didn't sing the song. Thank you!
The food was excellent & the server was kind & helpful!
This restaurant is located aboard Queen Mary. The interior of the ship is well worn and shoddy, but the restaurant looks to be much better maintained. The menu is varied, most entree items are a la carte. All entrees got a thumbs up from our party. The chateaubriand is served with mashed potatoes and vegetables as well as two sauces and it was perfectly cooked. The beef wellington got rave reviews as did the veal oscar and filet mignon medallions. Gracious and attentive service and the quiet atmosphere were appreciated as the rest of the ship can be noisy and crowded.
The experience was fantastic and the food was delicious. We stay aboard the ship and enjoyed a nice dinner here with our daughter. They had a kid plate that was not listed on the menu but was greatly appreciated. We shared the two person steak and it was amazing.
Celebrated our 20th wedding anniversary. Started with champagne sorbet to cleanse our palate. Had the "special" Surf and Turf--filet mignon and lobster. It was superb! The service was impeccable with David our server and Reggie, his helper. They brought us a mini cheese cake on a plate with Happy Anniversary written in chocolate--totally unexpected and quite yummy. A great place for a very special occasion.
Benjamin was our waiter and we could not have asked for better service. All of the wait staff was friendly and professional. The food was exceptional. The atmosphere fabulous. Thanks for an amazing evening!
Delicious food and state of the art service! Such a beautiful dinner with my family while we visited the queen Mary. Just be sure to note this restaurant is very expensive! But definitely completed our entire experience.
Everything was excellent. The view, the attention, the food. I suggest to have an accessory for handicapped people. Thos was the only negative comment I can add.
Pricey, but was there for 50th anniversary for 3 couples. Good food and service, and they brought out a very nice anniversary desert for each couple. Would have liked a broader menu, but there was just enough for most people to find something to like.
The Beef Wellington and Filet were excellent. Our server Jesus made our dining experience wonderful. We have dined there before and will definitely be back again.
All of our food except the soup came out warm. It tasted very good but by the time we were 3 bites in it was cold. This was not a problem with the chef. Our waiter seemed to be very busy, we were there 10 minutes before he came to our table and longer for a drink order. The waiter asked how our dinner was and we told him. He brought his manager to the table and she offered us a free dessert which we declined. I believe we should have been offered gift cards for a future visit. Based off this visit for the money and food I will not be returning. They did send chocolate covered strawberries to our table.
The venue is historic and quite unique. You can arrive early and tour the ship. This is my second time at Sir Winstons. The food is overpriced, but you are paying for the location. That said, the food should be very good. It wasn't. The lamb chops were extremely large, and 90% fat. Three order of Filet Minon all ordered Medium or Medium Well, were are served RARE......and they were butterflied. One order at the table was just the wrong item, a mistake that they recovered from quickly, but it added to an overall negative experience. Its an awesome spot for an upscale dinner, the prices reflect that, and the service was very good......now work on the food and make it great.
Anniversary dinner w/ my wife. Her meal was amazing (rack of lamb), but my Beef Wellington was only so-so. Our drinks and appetizers were great, but my supposed to be mid-rare Wellington was undercooked (cool inside actually). I had to send it back; it returned warm, but still basically raw. So I gave up on the steak and went after the mashed potatoes, which had way too much garlic in them to be enjoyable. Dessert was good and they even brought out a happy anniversary plate for a nice touch. Ambiance of the restaurant is amazing just wish my steak had been cooked properly and they’d have taken it easy on the garlic in the mash.
We had a 5 pm reservation. My husband needs a cane, and has difficulty standing for very long. We stood outside the door until 5:10 pm, along with about a dozen other people, and we were very cold, due to ocean breeze. They could have easily seated us in the foyer until they were ready to seat us. Our service was average at best, and our waiter didn't speak good English. The food was fine, but very average, and overpriced.
Absolutely over-priced. Amount of food on plate was ridiculously and shamefully limited.
Also, salads and glass of wine WAY over-priced.
I had to wait for almost 1 hour before my friend and I were seated even though I had a reservation. I know it was a Christmas evening, which is one of busiest times, but the management should have spaced out between reservations. Their excuse of getting late was people were not leaving after meals. Over bookings in case of no shows; they were greed to make more money on Christmas day while they were at home having partying, but all food service workers were busy as hell.
Very Good Food and cool location
We had a reservation for over a month for dinner for 7 people. When we arrived on time we were told that our table was not ready, we waited for 45 min.
The table was in the back with a lovely view of a parking structure. The soup was so salty it was Not edible a problem our waiter told us they were having As many other tables sent the soup back. The prime rib was overcooked and very fatty. The waiter tried his best despite all of this.
Considering the price of this meal for seven people we definitely will never go back .
Excellent Christmas dinner with a fixed price menu. Good choices for a four course dinner.
The special Christmas meal was fantastic! Our server was wonderful. Wilfredo❤️
The food was good however not exceptional. The Lobster bisque was the most notable item on the Christmas menu. The salmon cooked well, but then for the experience was underwhelming. The Prime Rib the same. I ordered Medium PRib and the first piece was pretty well done and a bit tough, the second was cooked correctly, but also a little tough, it was eatable but not a "mouth explosion". So as a foodie, I expected more. The overall experience being on the Queen Mary was lovely.
Mechanical service had to return both main courses one not rare the other not an end cut salad not anything special lobster Bisque was great. The meal was over priced for what it was $79.00 a person tasted like poor hotel food. We have been to this restaurant long ago & had a much better experience with the food & service
Lovely place to dine unfortunately, it is not ADA Compliant (Historical Monument) and it was not mentioned on Open Table - when I RSVP, However the staff accommodated my mother with her wheelchair needs.
Fabulous! Lobster bisque alone was worth the entire tab! Great service.
We had the Chateaubriand which was excellently prepared and it was medium rare just like we asked for. Our server was just amazing, very attentive but not hovering.
Unfortunately the restaurant was completely overbooked for Christmas Eve which I thought was completely unfair to the waitstaff and to the customers. The manager, Summer, was grace under pressure and did an excellent job of listening and trying to take good action. Unfortunately the problem was completely caused by upper management. They need to find a better method to confirm reservations in order to predict overall headcount for the evening. No one should be waiting hours for a confirmed reservation. Luckily we did not wait as long for our table but know others did. Does not make for a good customer experience.
We had reservations for 7:30 pm and waited until 8:10 pm to be seated. The only good part of the meal was the bread and the server. We ordered escargot. They served it without the puff pastry even though that was the way it was to be served. In addition ,the escargot had no garlic. I ordered the stuffed lobster. It was very very bland. We ordered clams casino. They were served WITHOUT the bread crumbs! Total waste of time and money! Basically the food is bland, was not prepared the way it was supposed to be served and very expensive. Sorry, but there are way too many other restaurants we can frequent and get better tasting food.
Not worth for a 5 star dining. We waited for 45 minutes to have our table. I ordered a dish of shrimp and it was not available, no more
I would not return
We have been here many times. It is usually good, but this Christmas Eve they were overbooked, and overworked. For the money, the service was so-so.
For being Christmas Eve, I understand the restaurant being busy thus I was fine with a 30 minute seating over our reservation. Our waiter who was assigned to our table had a whole other room. We didn't understand why we would have a waiter from another room if there was one in ours and he seemed to be moving through his table well. We waited almost 25 plus minutes to order and another 45 minutes to get our food. When we received our food, it was cold and our specific temperature orders were not correct. The only sliver of light was the bread and water guy who I believe noticed we were waiting along and tried moved along. The actual waiter though gave no apology and keep moving as we were just another table on his busy night. Highly disappointing for this being the Queen Mary's upscale restaurant. Would not return to this restaurant again.
Our 2nd time in 3 years for Family Christmas Eve dinner / get together.
We planned ahead & made reservations a month ago & the front reception people were helpful & gracious even though the area was jammed with walk-ins hoping / expecting & some demanding seating - Some rude but deftly managed by the 3 Ladies in Charge.
We were comfortably seated in a reasonable time frame - With some time for stragglers in our party of 8 with 2 small kids.
Our service was slightly slowed but very friendly, helpful & professional.
All, but one of us loved our meals (Châteaubriant was the choice of mine & 3 others & it was excellent!). The lamb chops, for one of the family, was a bit fatty for his tastes but not bad enough to send back in his opinion.
Our server treated us to complimentary chocolate dipped strawberries - We were all too full for dessert otherwise.
Upon leaving, near 20:00, the front wait waiting area was more crowded then when we initially arrived with some unpleasant folks complaining while I thanked the Hostesses for the excellent food & service.
We waited a very long time for the food to be served...the food (except for one person) was cold. We were all so hungry that we ate it...the flavor was good...but food was cold. The management was kind enough to come to our table and apologized but didn't even offer to discount the bill...which is their right. We noted that 2 other tables left abruptly and unhappy one person expressed his feelings so that others could hear. We chose this for our Christmas Eve dinner because it was special...I am not sure this is the norm for the Sir Winston but for us we won't be going back.
More accommodating. I heard once from a well known chef, you know it’s a good restaurant, no matter how fancy when they can accommodate kids!
Fine dining in the bygone era, an example of what the term “First Class” really means.
Perfect ambiance, with very soft jazz playing in the background.
Service was exceptional - our waiter was very helpful, from the beginning, making us comfortable, to his suggestion of the wine, to his service with flourish and humor.
The food was as one would hope for (but seldom find) PERFECT.
After dinner drink, coffee and desert were a marvelous ending to a memorable evening.
Service was excellent. Food was quite disappointing. Had to send back the escargot as it was very bland. The steak tar tar was far too heavy on the mustard. The beef Wellington: pastry was over cooked, not enough Demi-glacé and the steak needed seasoning. I expected better.
Retro glamorous menu with Chateaubriand, whole lobster, etc. We had both of those items, as well as an outstanding selection of hors d'oeuvres, including the mushroom tart (better than described on the menu), salmon, beef tartare, escargot, and French onion soup. We also had delightfully light chocolate and Grand Marnier soufflés and cheesecake. Everything was outstanding. This is not our first visit and won't be our last. Excellent choice for special occasions.
Fine dinning on the Queen Mary at Long Beach was quite an experience. We enjoyed Beef Wellington and Jumbo Shrimp. Both were prepared to perfection. The French Onion soup was also delicious. The service was also excellent. We will definitely return.