THAI Serves Classic French Menus by Michelin Star Chef

2019-07-03, Kathmandu

In cooperation with Lebua Hotels and Resorts, Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI), launched Chef Endorsement Menu prepared by Michelin Star Chef. The classic French menu will be served to Royal First Class passengers on Bangkok-London route and Royal Silk Class passengers on flights from Bangkok to London, Frankfurt, Munich, Paris, and Zurich from July to August 2019.

In cooperation with the well-known 3-Michelin-Star Chef Vincent Thierry, THAI created a classic French menu with authentic French flavors to serve on board THAI flights.

Chef Vincent Thierry selects the best organic ingredients. 80% of the ingredients are local produce and 20% are imported premium raw materials which cannot be found in Thailand. The special menu is carefully prepared by the Chef to serve on board THAI’s ex-Bangkok flights for passengers starting from 1 July to 31 August 2019 as follows.

  • Royal First Class: On Bangkok-London route (TG910); First course: Lobster Tiramisu Marinated, Tandoori Fruits, Mascarpone Cream Main course: Seared Duck Breast, Ginger Sauce, Potato Gnocchi and Beetroot Puree Royal Silk Class: on Bangkok-London (TG910/916), Bangkok-Frankfurt (TG920/922), Bangkok-Munich (TG924), Bangkok-Paris (TG930) and Bangkok-Zurich (TG970) routes;
  • First course:     Caviar Scallop & Lobster, Green Jelly, Shallot Cream
    Main course: Chicken Roll Stuff Prawn, Mushroom and Fennel Chicken & Prawn Sauce, Seared Tiger Prawn, Fennel Puree, Seared Fennel The cooperation between THAI and Lebua Hotels and Resorts on this Chef Endorsement Menu started in 2018.  Due to its popularity and positive feedback from passengers, the project was repeated this year to further enhance customers’ satisfaction and experience when flying THAI.

For further information, reservations and ticketing, passengers may visit thaiairways.com, any THAI sales office or travel agent representative nationwide, or call the THAI Contact Center at Tel. 0-2356-1111 (24 hours a day).

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