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Jumeirah's Elite Chefs create Dishes for Emirates Premier Passengers

Search ASIA Travel Tips .com 17 February 2006

From 1st March, passengers in Emirates' First and Business Class will be able to enjoy meals on board created exclusively for Emirates by elite chefs from Jumeirah hotels.

Passengers on routes to selected destinations in Europe, East Asia, USA and Australasia will find a starter, main and dessert course created by a world class chef on their menus.

The Guest Chefs programme will run for 12 months, starting 1st March 2006, and involve chefs from nine different Jumeirah hotels. These are the Burj Al Arab, Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Jumeirah Emirates Towers, Madinat Jumeirah, Jumeirah Beach Club Resort & Spa, Jumeirah Bab al Shams Desert Resort & Spa, Jumeirah Carlton Tower London, Jumeirah Essex House New York and Jumeirah Lowndes Hotel London.

Each month, a different chef will create the delicious dishes for Emirates premier passengers. The starter, main and dessert options from the Guest Chef will be indicated on the First and Business Class menus by a small chefs hat icon.

Chef Leslie Stronach, the Resort Executive Chef at Jumeirah Beach Hotel, is the Guest Chef for outbound flights from Dubai for the month of March. Chef Leslie has over 20 years experience and has gained world recognition in a career spent in Australia, South Africa, China, the Philippines, Malaysia and the Middle East.

Emirates passengers on selected flights inbound to Dubai during the month of March will enjoy delectable meals created by Chef Jean Paul Naquin, Executive Chef of the Burj Al Arab. With a career spanning 25 years, spent in some of Asias top hotels and resorts, Chef Jean Paul promises to deliver a dining experience that is as exceptional and luxurious as the Burj Al Arab itself.

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