Two Michelin chefs have created special menus for Air France’s first and business class

While flights are great, their food isn’t always so. However, to change this and to add more luxury to its fleet of aircraft, Air France has recently uplifted the menus served to business and premium class customers. Yes, that’s right! The airline has unveiled Michelin-starred menus created by French chefs Michel Roth and Anne-Sophie Pic. These will be offered from July to October 2022 on long-haul La Première and Business cabins on departure from Paris.

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Delicacies served in the La Première cabins will include Caviar Sturia, Lobster medallion, green asparagus, and raspberry vinaigrette, pan-seared foie gras with a truffle sauce, stir-fried asparagus and porcini mushrooms; oven-cooked verbena veal, vegetable, and morel mushrooms; chicken supreme with rosemary and more– all created by Chef Michel Roth.

Lobster in asparagus. Via – Air France

On the other hand, the business cabins will serve Braised beef, potato mousseline, plum chutney, and tarragon breadcrumbs; roast chicken, spelt risotto, courgettes with green cardamom; saithe with seaweed, lovage sauce, Camargue red rice, spinach, and fennel compote; Artichoke barigoule, creamy polenta, smoked vanilla Burrata, tangy tomato coulis; seashell pasta, chard, and lemon coulis, lightly smoked goat cheese cream, roasted pumpkin seeds, and others mouthwatering dishes curated by Chef Anne-Sophie Pic.

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Both menus will also feature revamped vegetarian dishes and pescatarian-friendly options. Further, the meals will be served on tableware from French designer Jean-Marie Massaud with a wine and champagne list curated by world-renowned sommelier Paolo Basso. Well clearly, you don’t want to miss out on this!

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