Tue, 19 July 2016

SilkAir Enhances Meal Service for Business Class Passengers

SilkAir has enhanced its Business Class menu with a specially curated selection of meals to choose from when travelling on flights leaving Singapore that are 3 hours and above.

With 20 All-Time Favourites meal options across Asian, Western, and Singaporean cuisines, customers can book their meals up to 24 hours in advance via the respective SilkAir or Singapore Airlines websites, or through travel agents and the SilkAir or Singapore Airlines reservations offices.

We have always put our customers at the heart of our business, and make it a point to continuously improve our services and offerings to meet the needs of discerning travellers. The launch of the All-Time Favourites service is testament to that, said Mr. Foo Chai Woo, Chief Executive SilkAir. The dishes we have curated for the All-Time Favourites menu is a reflection of SilkAirs multi-cultural Singaporean heritage and also pays tribute to the 49 diverse destinations that we fly to. Our All-Time Favourites dishes will allow our customers to enjoy the best specially curated meals that SilkAir has to offer, and we hope that this added convenience will truly make it a joy to fly with us.

All-Time Favourites like the Singapore Hainanese Chicken Rice, Fried Carrot Cake, and Fried Hokkien Mee are among the Oriental inflight menu offerings, along with Muslim favourites like the Roti Jala, Mee Rebus, and Ikan Assam. For those who enjoy Indian delicacies, delectable dishes like the Chicken Tikka, Mutton Masala, and Fish Biryani will tingle your tastebuds. Customers who prefer Western meals can look forward to dishes such as classic Blueberry Pancakes, Roasted Salmon Fillet, or Grilled Beef Tenderloin.

Along with the launch of the All-Time Favourites service are a few new additions to the inflight offerings for Business Class travellers.

Customers can now indulge in refreshments like freshly-squeezed orange juice and champagne, upon boarding the flight. Handmade chocolate pralines have also been added to the menu, as has hot Masala Tea. 

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