Airline food getting too drab for you? Fret not. Petrossian’s Champagne and caviar bar opened at the Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX and it’s offering a carry-on picnic pack called “Caviar in the Air”. So, ladies and gentlemen, fasten your seatbelts please, this is going to be a briny journey.
The pioneering LAX Petrossian has unleashed on jetsetters, a caviar-tastic menu featuring a Tsar Imperial caviar trio, including 30 grams each of Tsar Imperial Kaluga, Tsar Imperial Ossetra and Tsar Imperial Siberian. Or caviar deviled eggs- blini with caviar and trout, pike and salmon roe. There’s also hand-sliced smoked salmon, a smoked trout platter and caviar flatbread. Not to mention a wide selection of Champagnes, including a 2002 Louis Roederer “Cristal” rose and more than 20 vodkas. Speaking of which, their Beluga Gold Lines come in flutes, not shot glasses. Then there is, of course, the Petrossian signature caviar martini with a caviar-stuffed olive and caviar “cube.”
But what’s best is, if you can’t get enough of all this well paired luxury, Petrossian ensures you have plenty to satiate those mid-flight caviar cravings. From Royal Transmontanus, Alverta President Transmontanus, Tsar Imperial Siberian, Tsar Imperial Shassetra and Tsar Imperial Ossetra to their most expensive, 125 grams of the top-shelf Tsar Imperial Kaluga caviar, there is enough to go around with crème fraiche, toast points and smoked salmon. These (luxe) picnic packs come in insulated bags, starting at $200 and going up to $1,580.