On-board dining in restaurant style with Cathay Pacific

Business travellers flying Business Class between Amsterdam and Hong Kong with Cathay Pacific can now dine in restaurant style. The new hospitality-led concept has been specially designed to offer customers more choice, with more options and more flexible times. What’s more, the new menu was developed in collaboration with May Chow, one of Hong Kong’s most-in-demand chefs. She was named Asia’s Best Female Chef in 2017.

The meal service offers a new à-la-carte menu at fixed times. Business Class passengers can choose from three starters, six main courses, and three desserts or a cheese platter.

The menu offers a wider range of dishes than ever before, and contains healthier options, as well as Western and Hong Kong favourites. For those looking for a quick and lighter alternative, an Express Meal is available. Examples from the menu are mushroom cream soup or a warm farro salad with fennel.

To offer even more choice and flexibility, a selection of the most popular dishes, such as Cathay Pacific’s signature burger, and several snacks are also available in between the fixed meal times. These can also be chosen as the main meal.

From now on, passengers can select their choice of breakfast before they go to sleep, so they can maximally enjoy their hours of rest. The other meal orders are taken individually by the cabin crew, to create a quieter cabin environment. The main meals are carefully put together on board and served personally, optimising both the presentation and the quality, as meal components can be heated up separately.

For more information about Cathay Pacific and its meal service, please contact our Travel Consultants. They’ll be happy to provide you with more information or assist you in booking your ticket.

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