by Devesh Agarwal
|BEDD for Resort salmon with ginger-fried pork|
Japan Airlines (JAL) will offer new restaurant inspired in-flight meal services on its new service from Japan to Honolulu, Hawaii, USA which starts this autumn.
In business class JAL will introduce “BEDD for Resort”, a special menu crafted by Star chef Chikara Yamada.
The Japanese menu is seasonal autumn salmon with ginger-fried pork and the western menu is steak of Japanese beef fillet with special sauce périgueux.
JAL will provide menu of “Ore-no Kinaishoku for Resort” on Honolulu routes in collaboration with Ore-no French and Ore-no Italian which are popular restaurants in Japan.
|Japanese beef fillet with special sauce périgueux by Chef Chikara Yamada|
In economy class, the airline is working with Kazuhide Nose, Chef of Ore-no French and Toshihiro Yamaura, Chef of Ore-no Italian for a new in-flight meal service, “Ore-no Kinaishoku for Resort”. The main dish is Ore-no Beef Stroganoff, designed by Chef Nose with side dishes and dessert are Ore-no Zensai, Ore-no Salad with truffle oil dressing as well as Ore-no Sweets – Tiramisu, by Chef Yamaura, will be served between September and November 2013.
|Economy class meal. Ore-no Kinaishoku for Resort beef Stroganoff|
Between December and February 2013, the airline will switch, offering an Italian main dish designed by Chef Yamaura, and French side dishes and dessert designed by Chef Nose
The new menus will be served in both classes on flight to Honolulu from Tokyo (Narita), Nagoya (Chubu) and Osaka (Kansai), starting from September 1, 2013.
|Kua ‘Aina Hawaiian Hamburger Sandwich|
On the Tokyo Haneda to Honolulu, Hawaii service JAL is offering a new breakfast menu in collaboration with KUA ‘AINA, a famous restaurant chain in Hawaii and Japan, which as been serving its famous burgers and succulent char-grilled sandwiches since 1975.
The airline is also re-timing its meal service, from after take-off to before landing for the flight departing from Tokyo (Haneda) at 23:40 from October 1, 2013, to ensure passengers have adequate time for rest.
For ladies, from October 1 onwards, the airline is providing a “womens’ only” area comprising of four seats in the rear of the economy class which will be set up for make-up and nursing babies.