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Premium dining

Our Premium Economy menus are delicious - and the main event is served on proper china with stainless steel cutlery

Our Premium Economy main meal experience has been upgraded, making it feel much more 'restaurant' than 'airline'. Our chinaware has a stylish new look, and as well as stainless steel cutlery, main meals are now served on linen, with a linen napkin.

As a Premium Economy passenger, you can choose from our selection of three delicious main courses – and decide whether you’d prefer a red or white wine to accompany your meal. There’s also an after-dinner liqueur waiting alongside your coffee.

Here’s a sample menu, courtesy of our Premium Economy chefs:

Dine:

Starter:
Smoked salmon with creme fraiche and rocket leaves.

Main Course:
Lasagne al forno with Bolognese and Mornay sauce, mozzarella cheese and sautéed mushrooms.
Diced chicken breast with creamy mushroom and red pepper sauce, broccoli mashed potatoes and carrots.
Wild mushroom Stroganoff with a creamy risotto (V).

Bread:
Your choice of oven-baked bread rolls.

Dessert:
Chewy Belgian chocolate cake.

And for later:

High Tea:
Mixed cheese and red onion finger sandwiches.
Great British cupcake.
Served with tea or coffee


Wines:

Selected by our Master of Wine at Berry Bros. & Rudd, to offer you the highest standards of authenticity and excellence.

Ponte Bello Sicilian Chardonnay 2011:
The sun-drenched vineyards of Sicily produce more wine than Australia, and today’s wines are just as fruity and accessible, with just a hint of Mediterranean herbs. With 3,000 years of wine culture and a perfect vine-growing climate, Sicily has got everything going for it, as demonstrated by this opulent, gently fennel-scented Chardonnay.

La Fontaine French Shiraz 2011:
The local Australian use of the word Shiraz for France’s Syrah has come to typify a generous, sunny and toothsome style of wine, and now the description is permitted for European wines. Although created in southwest France, this wine has all the amicable elements of Down Under with the notes of spice and leather of Francophile Syrah