Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line has announced six new Chinese, Indian and Vegan menus, available for groups upon request onboard both Grand Celebration and Grand Classica. Both ships are based year-round out of the Port of Palm Beach.
“We are excited to add to our existing lineup of premier culinary offerings with the launch of our exciting, new globally-inspired and vegan menus,” said CEO of Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line Oneil Khosa. “Delicious, fresh and innovative cuisine is an element of the Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line experience that truly sets us apart, and these new menus are sure to wow guests.”
Guests can choose from a variety of sweet and spicy dishes available on two new Chinese menus such as Hunan Style Crispy Whole Red Snapper, Crispy Tangerine Beef and Sichuan Eggplant.
Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line is also catering to the 300 percent increase in the number of people who identified themselves as vegans in the U.S. from 2017 to 2018 (according to a Foodable Labs study) by offering plant-based offerings with appetizers like Crispy Hearts of Palm Cakes, Caramelized Parsnip and Coconut Soup and Confit of Fennel and Orange Quinoa Salad. Guests can also opt for entrees like Zucchini Lasagna, Thai Green Curry and Green Lentil, Potato and Mushroom Burgers.
Indian choices include Paneer Tikki Masala, Tandoori Chicken and Pan seared Prawns with Chilli Kokum Curry. Guests can also savor special Indian desserts like Kheer (Indian rice & raisin pudding) and Warm Gajar Halwa (carrot-cardamom pudding).
Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line’s new menus will be available for groups on a requested basis, as well as for guests when requested in advance, either when making their reservations or at the front desk once onboard the ship.