Sabatini's - Taking Tips Home

I like to think that we are “culinarily savvy” – fiddling with Larousse’s “Gastronomique,” gourmet dining with friends, pop-up feasts and stretching boundaries in our own kitchen.  But breakfast in Sabatini’s on the Crown Princess really broke new ground. My very favorite (other than the never-ending Mimosas) was what I call their “Deconstructed Eggs Benedict” (I forget what they called it). An elegant goldfish bowl serving dish with diced roast potatoes on the bottom, poached egg (marvelous presentation) and sauce Béarnaise on the side.  My “home version?” Replacing the roasted potatoes with cubed buttered toasted English muffin.

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Food from the future

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Looks like what I make for dinner!

I think that I'll stick with the classic version.

Sabatini's is apparently coming out with a new dinner menu. This one is for the Caribbean Princess after it comes out of dry dock, I understand. sabatinis-trattoria-main-menu (1).pdf Looks okay, however, no lobster anymore? Sabatini's has been our favorite, have eaten there dozens of times. Almost always have ordered the lobster. I don't dare tell my wife about this new menu, maybe it change by next January when we get on the Pacific Princess. Grown Grill has always had the lobster as well, but Sabatini's was way ahead in preparation.

I'm with glomarrone... I'm sure its challenging to think of new ways to present established dishes but not sure the eggs in that glass bowl do it for me.


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