Royal Caribbean Adds Vegan Options to Ships

When you have unique dietary restrictions, it can be more of a challenge to eat while traveling. Trying to avoid all animal products when on a cruise can feel impossible for many vegans. Luckily, some cruise lines are taking steps to offer more diverse food options for travelers who have restrictions. Vegans will be happy to know that Royal Caribbean now has vegan menu items in their main dining room.

Royal Caribbean introduced these menu offerings starting on August 1. Some of the vegan eats include: vegan spaghetti Bolognese, orzo pasta stew, edamame-stuffed Portobello mushrooms, and toffee cheesecake. The food selection will rotate. Guests must ask for the vegan menu as it’s separate from the regular dining menu. These items give vegetarians and vegans more food choices while onboard a Royal Caribbean cruise.

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For buffet-style dining, Royal Caribbean has other options for vegetarians and vegans. Their Windjammer Cafe is a buffet-style dining option with a variety of food choices. Items that are vegetarian, vegan, or gluten-free are marked as such to make it easier for travelers to find approved foods. The cruise line will continue to feature vegan and vegetarian items at their buffets.

Sailing with Royal Caribbean isn’t your only option as a vegan. Take a look at the list below if you’re wondering what other cruise lines are accommodating vegetarians and vegans:

Regent Seven Seas has a new vegan menu will start at the beginning of October.

Costa Cruises features both vegan and vegetarian menus aboard their ships.

Oceania Cruises has a vegan menu, which they’ve continued to improve upon over the years.

SeaDream Yacht Club has a “Raw Food” menu which features raw, organic, vegan dishes.

It’ll be interesting to see what other cruise lines choose to upgrade their menu offerings to meet the needs of travelers with unique dietary needs. Will you be giving the new Royal Caribbean menu a try soon?

Regent Seven Seas Adds Veggie-Friendly Menus

These days, travel brands are finding new and exciting ways to appeal to the unique ever-changing needs of customers. Food preference and dietary restrictions are continually evolving. To consider dietary concerns like those of vegans and vegetarians, some cruise brands are adding more vegetarian options to their menus. In the coming months, Regent Seven Seas Cruises will introduce veggie-friendly menus. Veggie lovers are definitely going to be happy about this!

Regent Sevens Seas has a mix of food on their menus, but starting on October 1, the luxury cruise brand will be adding 200+ plant-based selections. Vegetarian options will be available during breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and they will be added to the full, regular menu. These items will be available on all fleets. This will make it easier for travelers looking to add more plant-based foods to their diet or those who are vegetarian or vegan. From soups and appetizers to desserts, there is something for everyone. If you’re a vegetarian, it’s now easier than ever to travel the world and take part in cruise experiences without worrying about food options.

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Examples of meals:

  • Banana Oatmeal Pancakes with Berries
  • Avocado Toast
  • Sweet Potato Soup with Miso and Ginger
  • Mediterranean Bowl
  • Impossible Burger
  • Plant Based Hawaiian Poke Bowl
  • Green Lentil Penne Pasta
  • Singapore Noodles with Stir-Fried Vegetables
  • Crispy Sweet and Sour Vegetables with Tofu
  • Lime-Vodka Sorbet
  • Peach and Blueberry Cobbler
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These are only a small sample of the available dishes. We’re getting hungry just thinking about it! Even if you’re not vegetarian, this is an excellent way to sample new, unique foods and to add more veggies to your daily intake. It’ll be interesting to see what other cruise lines choose to add more veggie-friendly dishes to their regular menus.

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