- Chidozie Uzoezie
Air France Introduces New Signature Dishes For Business Class
Starting September, Air France Business class customers will be able to enjoy three new Signature dishes created by Daniel Rose, an American Michelin-starred chef with a love for French cuisine.
Daniel Rose is the chef and partner of Le Coucou in New York and the chef and owner of Chez La Vieille and La Bourse et La Vie in Paris.
The new creations can be enjoyed on long-haul flights from the United States (Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York, San Francisco, Seattle and Washington) and Canada (Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver) to Paris.
On departure from these 15 destinations to Paris, three dishes will be renewed every two months. They include Poultry gratin with onions (September to October 2019 and March to April 2020), Warm poultry pate with foie gras (November to December 2019 and May to June 2020) and Cod with turnip and 'beurre blanc' (January to February 2020 and July to August 2020).
Air France promotes fine French dining in all its cabins. Since 2009, it has been entrusting the creation of its dishes on the La Première and Business menu to starred chefs, who are true ambassadors of French gastronomy.