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Signature Dishes from Allure French Restaurant at Le Royal Mridien Shanghai to be Served on Dragonair Flights

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Beginning 1 May 2008, First and Business class passengers flying Dragonair from Shanghai to Hong Kong will have the opportunity to explore signature French dishes from Allure at Le Royal Meridien Shanghai.

For 4 years a master student of Michelin 3-star chef Georges Blanc, Chef Michael Wendling conducted tastings with culinary teams from Le Royal Meridien Shanghai and Dragonair to develop a menu of specialties which could best be served at 35,000 feet. Michaels culinary viewpoint revolves around the regional styles of French cuisine reflecting flavors of southern France and the Mediterranean.

Dragonair, an affiliate member of Oneworld, is a Hong Kong-based airline operating a fleet of 31 passenger aircraft and eight freighters serving 34 regional destinations, including 21 cities in Mainland China.

Located at 789 Nanjing Road East, Le Royal Mridien is at the centre of Shanghai - the tallest landmark building in Puxi with an ultra modern design, style and sophistication. The five-star deluxe Le Royal Mridien Shanghai offers 770 luxurious guest rooms and suites that showcase views of the Huangpu River, Peoples Square, and the dazzling Shanghai skyline. The hotel also features 6 exciting restaurants and bars, 2,000 square meters of meeting space including a naturally lit Grand Ballroom.

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