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I have special dietary requirements; will I be able to eat anything?
Posted by Aleksandra Kasaeva on 24 March 2017 11:33 AM
Most people should be able to find something, though how easy it is will depend on your specific dietary requirements.

Vegetarians should, generally, not have any problems. While meat dishes are prolific in Russia, and along the Trans-Siberian (particularly in Mongolia), vegetable dishes will usually be available on any menu that you see, and many of the platform traders along the route will be selling home-made bread as well as fresh fruit and vegetables.

Those with a gluten or lactose intolerance should also be ok, provided you take any precautions you may do at home; though in many instances it will probably be safer to purchase fresh food from the platform traders as it may be difficult to ask what is in pre-prepared meals in the restaurant car.

For any other special dietary requirements, please contact our travel specialists who will do their best to answer any questions that you may have.
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