Saveur, the luxury food magazine, voted for the best in flight dining experience with its esteemed panel of judges including chefs, photographers, industry experts travel writers and editors. To get a stamp of approval from all of the above is no child’s play.
Sitting thousands of feet up midst the clouds, the airlines of today take hospitality and service to another level with food comparable to Michelin star chef preparations and a meal served course by course with the best of cutlery and crockery. Dining on flight has become an experience in itself.
Trust Singapore Airlines to do everything with great panache and style. With award winning chefs manning the kitchens and menu’s created by their international Culinary Panel the result is sheer culinary bliss.
Passengers are welcomed on board with Dom Perignon or Krug depending on their preference. With a wide choice of alchohol, anytime dining, snacks, appetizers, main course and desserts, each presented in their unique style what more can one ask for. You also have the option of pre ordering your meals 24 hours before take off if there is something special that you would like to have.
Singapore Airlines goes one step forward. On certain flights between Singapore and China, first class passengers enjoy an elegant Chinese meal needless to say made of an exquisite array of ingredients.
On Japanese flights and other select routes they offer the traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony which is then followed by a Japanese meal served on fine bone china crockery.
Passengers to New Dehli and Mumbai can experience the Shahi Thali which is a meal fit for a king with Indian delacacies that promise to give you a taste of India.
Singapore Airlines is all there to give you an unforgettable experience whilst flying with them.
4. Delta Airlines
Giving stiff competition to any fine dining restaurant is Delta’s in flight kitchen. Their 5 course dining menu has seasonal delights and regional specialities to tickle those taste buds. The menu has been crafted with meticulous planning keeping in mind the sector being flown. Trans Pacific flights offer varied Japanese dishes whereas the South American and Mexico sectors have a spread of Latin American dishes.
The wine collection aboard these flights have been specially hand picked by Andrea Robinson who is one of the only 19 female Master Sommeliers in the world.
With preparations that taste divine, and presentation that is a treat for the eyes, Delta Airlines sure know how to pamper their flyers.