Thu, 17 March 2016

Hong Kong Airlines Partners Taiwan's Shin Yeh Restaurant Group

Hong Kong Airlines has partnered with Shin Yeh Restaurant Group in Taiwan to offer a variety of Taiwanese cuisine to its Business Class passengers on flights from Taipei to Hong Kong.

Shin Yeh won The Miele Guides Top five restaurants in Taiwan in 2011 and 2012. Additionally, its Sweet Potato Congee, Three-Cup Chicken, Steamed Spring Roll have been elected for two consecutive years by CNN since 2014 as three of the "40 must-eat dishes in Taiwan".

In addition to the familiar dishes such as rice vermicelli fried with pumpkin, mushroom and shredded pork, karasumi egg fried rice with mixed vegetables, Taiwanese rice tube pudding with minced pork and dried shrimp, and Taiwanese turnip cake, Hong Kong Airlines offers unique Shin Yeh signature dishes sauted beef fillet with sinyeh X.O. sauce, seep fried snapper in sweet and sour sauce, Taiwanese Shinyeh braised pork belly with seaweed and chestnuts and Taiwanese traditional steamed minced pork with salted egg yolk.

A total of eight internationally renowned traditional delicacies will be introduced in phases from 1 April 2016, two new meals every two weeks, serving business travelers of Hong Kong Airlines from Taipei to Hong Kong.

Mr. Stanley Kan, Director of Service Delivery Department said, "Hong Kong Airlines cares about its customers and their travel experience. We offer wholehearted services from the beginning of the journey and place emphasis on the quality of our inflight meals. We aim high on delivering a delicious culinary flight experience by bringing the true flavours to the sky."

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