Tuesday, 26 March 2013

World's Best In-Flight Meals

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World's Best In-Flight Meals
It's time to trade that plastic meal tray and rickety tray table for fine bone china on delicate linen. Get ready to feast your eyes on the most elaborate meals in the sky.

Singapore Airlines: Exclusive Culinary Masterpieces
Singapore Airlines takes every opportunity to make dining special. Meals are dreamed up by a formidable panel of international chefs whose ranks include Suzanne Goin and Georges Blanc.

Qatar Airways: Celebrity-Chef Menus
Had trouble getting a table at Nobu? Qatar Airways can help. To create its in-flight dining service, it recruited four master chefs—including Nobu Matsuhisa—from around the world to spend months creating menus and adapting them for dining at 30,000 feet. 

Etihad Airways: Onboard Chefs
When it comes to in-flight dining on Etihad Airways, the sky is the limit—perhaps unsurprisingly, given that Etihad is the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, known best for over-the-top Dubai. 

Malaysia Airlines: Chef-on-Call and Satay Service
Spare yourself the on-the-fly "beef or chicken" question on Malaysia Airlines by selecting your meal in advance from a menu of tantalizing options. Passengers in business and first class can take advantage of the Chef-on-Call menu, with 25 options featuring Malaysian favorites, chef's recommendations, and light and healthy choices

Austrian Airlines: In-Flight Sommelier and Viennese Coffeehouse Service
Austrian Airlines has just the thing to make sure you never choose the wrong wine to accompany your multicourse business-class meal: an in-flight sommelier.

Turkish Airlines: Award-Winning Meal Service

Turkish Airlines swept last year's Skytrax World Airline Awards, picking up a top-five spot in catering in three categories: economy, premium economy, and business class.

Lufthansa: Michelin-Starred Chefs
Lufthansa flights may stick to the stratosphere, but its Star Chef program aims considerably higher. First-class passengers and business-class passengers on some intercontinental flights are treated to menus created by a constellation of international chefs whose restaurants have earned Michelin stars.

Qantas: Leisurely Tasting Menus
What better way to pass the time on the long flight to or from Australia than with an eight-course tasting menu, available to first-class passengers on select Qantas flights? Start with a crab-and-harissa tartlet before making your way through a procession of elegant dishes (including yellowfin tuna served with Moroccan eggplant and spiced lamb pancakes with salted chilli), decadent desserts, and a cheese course


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