There’ll be no shortage of choice for heavy consumers of fruits & vegetables when Regent Seven Seas Cruises takes more than 200 plant-based dishes to sea.
Menus across the line’s entire fleet will be updated with the new green options from 1 October 2019, in order to ensure that vegans, vegetarians and those craving a plant-based fare (fun fact: nine out of 10 plant-based meals are consumed by non-vegans) are well catered for.
That’s like music to the ears of travellers on plant-based diets who, at times, can find it difficult to source options that cater to their lifestyle.
The new 200+ dishes will be created using flavours from around the world, including cuisines inspired by those in Italy, Greece, the Middle East, Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, Mexico and Malaysia.
Among the meals that’ll have you booking a Regent Seven Seas Cruises itinerary include a Hawaiian Poke Bowl, Falafel Fritters with Harissa Mayo, Cucumber, Mint, and Capers, as well as the Spiced Potato & Green Pea Samosas with Tamarind Chutney.
There’ll also be pasta, noodles, refreshing salads, soups and the completed vegan ImpossibleTM Cheeseburger, along with a Peach and Blueberry Cobbler, Summer Berry Pudding Chantilly and Tamarind Chutney.
Regent’s new plant-based dishes will be integrated into daily menus on ships. They’ll be developed by the line’s culinary leadership team, including VP of Food and Beverage Bernhard Klotz and renowned chef, Christophe Berg.
“For luxury travellers who are increasingly adding more plant-based cuisine to their meals, we’re offering even more imaginative selections of bold, flavorful appetizers, entrees and desserts, with craveable tastes and mouth-watering presentations,” said Jason Montague, Regent Seven Seas Cruises President and Chief Executive.
“Our expanded plant-based cuisine sets the highest benchmark in luxury cruising.”
Jason Montague, Regent Seven Seas Cruises President & Chief Executive
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