Air France has introduced new menus at its Paris CDG lounges in partnership with chefs Alain Ducasse, Francois Adamski and Chloé Charles.
Dishes at the carrier’s long-haul lounges in Terminal 2E (halls K, L and M) have been created by Ducasse Paris, and include the ‘Burgal’, a plant-based burger which was launched at chef Alain Ducasse’s vegan burger kiosk in Paris’ Bastille district earlier this year.
Described as “a fully veggie and healthy alternative to the traditional hamburger”, the Burgal is composed of a vegan brioche bun, vegetable and legume patty, spicy vegan mayonnaise with pickles and an aubergine caviar condiment.
Guests will also be able to opt for a salad and “signature condiment featuring unrefined produce and seasonings with no added fat or sugar”, and dessert choices include a chocolate praline finger prepared exclusively for Air France.
Meanwhile in the airline’s short and medium-haul lounge in Terminal 2F, Bocuse d’Or and Meilleur Ouvrier de France François Adamski has teamed up with chef Chloé Charles, to create new dishes will be rolled out in the coming months.
The menu currently includes smoked shrimp in a tangy sauce with seasonal vegetables, shoulder of lamb with spices, reduced juice, semolina with candied vegetables, and Camargue rice sautéed and flavoured with West Indian spices and spring vegetable brunoise.
This month Air France launched new amenity kits for its long-haul business class and premium economy passengers.