Sofitel Hotels Dishes Up Delicious De-Lights
Sofitel serves guests healthy, low-calorie options
Luxury hotel chain Sofitel is expanding its French-inspired De-Light menus to its properties in Montreal, New York, Washington, D.C., Chicago, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Miami, and Minneapolis.
Developed by Thalassa Sea & Spa, De-Light menus are part of Sofitel's wellness gastronomy program, which offers gourmet, low-calorie dishes for guests looking to maintain a healthy eating lifestyle.
The De-Light menu from Gaby Restaurant at Sofitel New York serves up à la carte options like mango shrimp for 132 calories, vegetable and goat cheese terrine for 168 calories, grilled mahimahi with pineapple salsa for 105 calories, and Provençal chicken roulade with baby zucchini for 130 calories.
At Sofitel Montreal, the Golden Mile Renoir Restaurant features De-Light lunch dishes such as iced peach soup for 80 calories and beef carpaccio for 195 calories.
A dinner De-Light menu is also available at Sofitel Chicago's Cafe Des Architectes, which serves appetizers like red snapper sashimi for 139 calories, entrées like Skuna bay salmon with spring vegetables for 279 calories, and desserts like a fruit sorbet trio for 149 calories and pavlova with banana and cilantro for 66 calories.
With a combination of fresh ingredients and nutritional balance, De-Light menus deliver guests an array of delicious dishes that cater to a dieter's dining dream.
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