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Hurtigruten vegan menu

PostPosted: 10 Oct 2018 15:13
by judgegeoff
I was looking for information on the Hurtigruten coastal ships that run up Norway's coast and saw that Hurtigruten now have a vegan menu on all their ships. I remembered that Dave had been interested in a coastal ship review posted by Fossil, but had expressed concerns about whether the menu would be suitable (it seemed to feature meat and a lot of fish). Apparently Hurtigruten now have a vegan menu on all their coastal ships and here is a link to it :-

https://www.hurtigruten.co.uk/inspiration/experiences/all-new-vegan-menu/

Hurtigruten vegan menu

PostPosted: 10 Oct 2018 16:07
by Dave
judgegeoff wrote:I was looking for information on the Hurtigruten coastal ships that run up Norway's coast and saw that Hurtigruten now have a vegan menu on all their ships. I remembered that Dave had been interested in a coastal ship review posted by Fossil, but had expressed concerns about whether the menu would be suitable (it seemed to feature meat and a lot of fish). Apparently Hurtigruten now have a vegan menu on all their coastal ships and here is a link to it :-

https://www.hurtigruten.co.uk/inspiration/experiences/all-new-vegan-menu/

Looks good Geoff, thanks. How the times are changing... :D

Re: Hurtigruten vegan menu

PostPosted: 10 Oct 2018 23:17
by Camela
I'm still interested in Hurtigruten as a totally different cruising experience. Prices do seem high despite the fact they are working ships. However the food looks amazing, vegan or not.

Hurtigruten vegan menu

PostPosted: 11 Oct 2018 10:20
by judgegeoff
Like you Camela, my wife Chris and I have pondered about going on a coastal cruise up the Norwegian coast. However, I believe some of the port stops are very brief, as short as 20 minutes, and we suspect that we would be frustrated not being able to get off and explore the towns, especially if there was something that appealed to us (a castle or church etc.).