Vegetarian menus are new at Vila Galé hotels

A fresh cheese salad with strawberries, or brown rice burger with lentils are some of the suggestions included in the […]

A fresh cheese salad with strawberries, or a brown rice burger with lentils are some of the suggestions included in the new vegetarian menus, available at Vila Galé de Lagos, Albufeira, Tavira and Vilamoura hotels. 

More specifically, you can eat these at the Vila Galé Collection Lagos, Collection Praia (Albufeira), Cerro Alagoa (Albufeira), Atlântico (Albufeira), Ampalius (Vilamoura), Marina (Vilamoura) and Tavira restaurants.

If you go outside the Algarve, you will find vegetarian suggestions at Vila Galé Collection Douro, Coimbra, Évora and Santa Cruz (Madeira).

And what more dishes can you find? From a mushroom fricassé in tomato au gratin or torricado with scrambled eggs with green asparagus, as starters, to a soy chorizo ​​feijoada or vegetable lasagna with fresh tomato sauce.

Vila Galé Clube de Campo, a rural hotel near Beja located in an estate with a vegetable garden, orchards and vineyards, also offers a vegetarian menu which includes ricotta ravioli gratin with parmesan, vegetable sauté over wild rice and coriander oil or risotto of green asparagus from the garden.

«Progressively, the vegetarian menu will be introduced in the remaining restaurants of the group's hotels in Portugal, although the general menus in force already include at least two vegetarian options», says that group.

«The launch of a diversified vegetarian offer is yet another way for Vila Galé to ensure that it has extensive dining options and experiences that satisfy the preferences of an increasing number of customers», explains Miguel Santos, food and beverage director of the group .

«With this objective in mind, the 20 Vila Galé hotels in Portugal now have a breakfast suitable for celiac patients and without additional costs for guests with this type of food need. The offer of gluten-free products available at lunch and dinner in the group's restaurants was also expanded», concludes Vila Galé.