Holland America Line Offers 52 New Vegetarian Meals

By The Cruise Web, Inc.

Holland America introduced a new vegetarian and vegan-friendly menu of 22-dishes including appetizers, salads, entrées and soups this month. The cruise line will also offer 30 new vegetarian options on their traditional menu.

The new menu will feature dishes that highlight many styles of cooking and will be inspired by cuisines from around the world. The new menu includes: Portobello Mushroom and Chipotle Quesadillas, Vietnamese Vegetable Spring Rolls, Curried Vegetable Empanadas and Baked Cheese Polenta with Mushrooms and Artichoke Hearts.

“By offering a complete vegetarian-only menu and the largest vegetarian selection at sea, we are ensuring that all guests can take part in an exceptional dining experience while cruising with Holland America Line,” said Richard Meadows, Holland America Line’s executive vice president of marketing, sales and guest programs.

In addition to the new menu that will be available at no extra cost in all of Holland America’s dining rooms, there will be 30 vegetarian dishes added to the regular dining room menu. These dishes will also be offered on a rotating basis at the Lido buffet. That means that every dinner menu will now offer guests the option of one appetizer, one soup or salad and at least one vegetarian entrée each evening.

What is your favorite vegetarian dish?

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2 comments

1 Mary { 06.16.12 at 12:04 am }

Yeah!! The last cruise I was on was Princess and I ended up eating a baked potato every night. They had vegetarian choices but they were either too rich or too spicy. These meals sound much better. Also, I really hope they will mark if a dish is vegetarian at the buffets. I never know if I can eat the soup and some other dishes when they are not marked.

2 The Cruise Web Team { 06.18.12 at 8:29 am }

Mary, We hope this new menu on Holland America works out for you. It’s great to see cruise lines diversifying their menus and giving guests more options.

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