It has just been announced that, due to high demand, Europa 2‘s executive chef has developed a diverse range of more than 80 vegetarian and vegan menu options.
Guests have a choice of seven restaurants onboard Europa 2, including the main Weltmeere restaurant, a sushi bar and three speciality restaurants offering Mediterranean, Asian and French cuisine.
With flexible mealtimes, no fixed seating plans, plenty of tables for two and gastronomy onboard, Europa 2 is all about variety and flexibility.
For vegetarian passengers, or those who prefer to opt for the meat alternative, each restaurant offers a special menu to reflect its own culinary style.
There is also a changing menu of vegetarian dishes served at lunchtime and in the evenings at the Yacht Club, the popular, buffet-style restaurant onboard the luxury ship.
Hoffman, former CEO of the Michelin-starred Margaux restaurant in Berlin, set new standards in terms of sustainability and ethics of cooking with its vegetarian cuisine.
But what are your thoughts on vegetarian and vegan options onboard cruises today? Should there be more options? Is there too much option? Do you enjoy the meat alternatives within cruise ship dining?
Leave us your thoughts and comments below! Are you a vegetarian yourself? If so, how do you feel about the options offered onboard most cruise ships today? What cruise line offers the most varied selection to choose from?// END - About the Author ?>