Air France has unveiled new dishes created by Michelin-starred chefs for business class and first class passengers on flights departing from Paris and other airports worldwide.
Starting this month until October 2019, three-time Michelin starred French chef Régis Marcon is offering a choice of French gourmet creations on the airline’s first class product, La Première cabin.
From November 2019 to February 2020, for the first time, Emmanuel Renaut will create dishes for La Première passengers. Awarded the title of meilleur ouvrier de France, triple-starred chef Renaut “belongs to a new generation of chefs who are reinventing Savoyard cuisine”, reads a press release from the airline.
Business class passengers flying between now and October will get to enjoy French chef Guy Martin’s gourmet menu, which includes a chicken dish called pintade fermiere, a shrimp appetiser, a sandre fish option, and a vegetarian dish.
From November to February 2020, Air France will entrust its business class menu to Andrée Rosier for the first time. The first female chef to be awarded the title of Meilleur ouvrier de France in 2007 and a Michelin-starred chef, Andrée Rosier’s “cuisine is based on Basque culture, predominated by fresh seasonal produce”.
French chef with two Michelin stars Julien Royer’s dishes were introduced on flights departing from Singapore in April this year for Air France’s La Première and Business passengers.
On flights to Asia, Air France offers an Asian dish in addition to the chefs’ signature dishes in business class.