Get ready to be surprised when the flight attendant on Singapore Airlines asks your meal of choice on select flights you might be taking in future. The airline has created special menu for its customers traveling on business class flights. The new meals would also be served in Suites, first class, premium economy and economy class as well. Though the menu will be in all the travel classes will vary. The customers can look forward to enjoy the yummy selected dishes at the airline’s SilverKris Lounges at Singapore’s Changi Airport as well prior to boarding their flights.
Media reports said that Singapore Airlines would be offering delectable Singapore-style Teochew dishes that will be exclusive for each travel class. According to the reports, the business class customers would be served fried "png kueh" (fried rice cake with dark sweet sauce and egg) and bak chor mee (egg noodles with braised mushroom and minced pork), or Teochew porridge with "cai beh" (braised cabbage), salted egg and braised duck.
The premium customers traveling in Suites and first class would be able to enjoy savoring braised pig trotters, "hei chor" (prawn rolls), steamed pomfret, "orh nee" (yam paste dessert), and cold crab. These delicious dishes would be served in these travel classes for duration of four months.
Apart from these travel classes, the selected dishes would also be offered to customers traveling in economy class and premium economy cabins. The customers in both the cabins would be offered a choice of stir-fried pork with "shacha sauce" served with vegetables, or braised duck served with preserved vegetables, beancurd and egg. Both the dishes would be served along with steamed rice.
Marvin Tan, Singapore Airlines’ Senior Vice-President of Product and Services, said, “It’s a matter of great delight that the airline is showcasing the delicious flavours of richly diverse Chinese cuisine, and especially one that can be expected from a Teochew meal, while simultaneously offering a little taste of home particularly to all those who are already familiar with the cuisine.”