Caviar, confit and scallops in the sky: Michelin star chef Joël Robuchon creates menu for Air France

Quick, grab that Air France ticket. Because if you’re anything like us, you’re not going to want to miss the opportunity of a Michelin star meal with a view of the heavens! Joël Robuchon a.k.a. world’s most Michelin starred chef is serving caviar starters, foie gras and more to Air France passengers.

Air France first and business class clients departing from Paris-Charles de Gaulle have been gorging on Joël Robuchon’s ‘lobster in spicy coralline sauce with corn penne’ and ‘stuffed dark meat poultry served with slow-cooked green cabbage, diced bacon and foie gras’, all through October without so much as a reservation. Entering its second month soon, the ‘First Class’ menu is to see lashings of coral sauce on sautéed scallops, served with a chive and ginger fregola risotto, as well as a shredded duck confit with truffle and potatoes au gratin.

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While caviar might not be new to Air France first class, the starter for both months is “a symphony” of salmon tartare with shiso sprouts and caviar. Too bad the special arrangement is limited period only, with the ‘Robuchon’ menu going off after end of November.

[Via – Pursuitist]