Eating at supperclub cruise is different from what you're used to. To start with, you don't sit at a table, you eat lying down. With your shoes off. In ancient Rome that was quite normal; the emperors there, first-rank hedonists, did it no differently. Less formal, much cosier, and you can just forget about table etiquette. And no-one complains about crumbs in bed...
Eating á la carte doesn't come into it. And there's no first or second shift. Chef Bas puts together a 4-course surprise menu that is just as special and exciting as the Cruise itself. New dishes, new combinations, new flavours, from over the whole world. Or from grandma's recipe book. Or from a famous chef who happens to be visiting. In any event, all existing culinary dogmas are put to one side, your taste buds are pleasantly surprised. And who knows, perhaps shocked. But eating and drinking at supperclub is always unforgettable. Such that you say: I've never had this before. Or seen. Because it goes without saying the presentation is especially designed to fit the supperclub concept. You get sweetmeats in hospital kidney bowls. Plus a pair of rubber gloves with which to eat them. Eat your oysters from the body of a naked woman. Or her red dress turns out to be made of slices of carpaccio. But maybe you'll get your dinner served in a doggy bowl.
Bas, the chef of supperclub cruise and his dedicated team prepare you a full evening 4-course surprise menu. The price of this menu is € 49,- excluding drinks. He leads his team to high standards of gastronomy with creative and always surprising menu's.
Here an example menu:
- Salad of entrecote with basil, carrots, kai lam and yakatori sauce
- corn soup served in a beer glass
- Lamb racks, crushed baby potato, spinach and a thyme/honey gravy
- Baileys pear and apple crumble with yoghurt ice cream
Boarding at Pier 14 behind the Central Station unless otherwise stated.