Business class passengers traveling via Singapore Airlines will be delighted to hear that the airline has introduced a new Chinese in-flight dining phenomenon. Vacationers flying on routes to and from China can enjoy the extraordinary dining option probably in July. The new concept is named as Shi Quan Wei Mei and is available to the passengers from 1st July primarily on flights flying between Hong Kong, Singapore, Shanghai, Beijing and Guangzhou.
When talking about the signature cuisines, they are prepared in partnership with chef Zhu Jun who is known to be Michelin star chef. He is also the chief technology officer and vice president of the Jade Group of restaurants.
The development philosophy of the cuisines is truly innovative. Based upon the usage of season’s fresh ingredients, the chef is following the essence of Chinese food culture.
Passengers will be offered three courses and they can also make a choice out of the two cold Chinese style appetizers namely spicy tofu beef salad and fried marinated sea bass. The appetizers will be followed by a main course which passengers can enjoy on a different tableware from the noodles and rice comprising braised pork belly served in pickle sauce and pepper braised beef brisket served with carrot and turnip. Snow fungus soup, chilled orange-scented malva nut soup as well as double-boiled papaya are desserts of the final course. Passengers can enjoy several side dishes namely pumpkin with marinated cucumber or scallion oil.