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Air France Unveils New Michelin-Starred Menu Items for Spring and Summer

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Air France passengers flying business class and La Première first class to Paris from the U.S. will have the opportunity to enjoy a selection of exquisite dishes created by renowned French chef Dominique Crenn, who holds 3 Michelin stars.

These exciting new menu options have already made their debut, and premium passengers flying Air France this spring and summer are in for a delightful treat.

Now, let’s delve into the details of these tasty new additions.

Spring and Summer 2024 Air France La Première and Business Menu

Passengers flying U.S. routes in La Première and business class cabins with Air France this spring and summer will have the delightful opportunity to savor and select from a delectable menu of 12 original dishes carefully curated by critically acclaimed chef Dominique Crenn.

The menu showcases a delightful array of imaginative and French-inspired dishes, highlighting the use of fresh, locally sourced ingredients that change with the seasons.

In the La Premiere cabin, noteworthy menu items include lobster with pico de gallo and tea sauce and root vegetable mille-feuille with truffle sauce.

D. Crenn La Premiere Dish from USA 7 ©Air France
Air France’s new seasonal menu this spring and summer offers La Première passengers traveling to/from the U.S. a delightful combination of lobster with pico de gallo and tea sauce. Image Credit: Air France

Business class passengers can savor Californian charbonnier served with quinoa and marinière sauce or ravioli stuffed with zucchini, tomato, hazelnuts, and parmesan, among other delectable options.

D. Crenn La Premiere Dish from USA 6 ©Air France
Air France business class guests may now enjoy ravioli packed with zucchini, tomato, walnuts, and parmesan dishes on flights to/from the U.S. Image Credit: Air France

Apart from these menu items, the airline is demonstrating its dedication to catering to the needs of vegetarian and vegan customers by offering a vegetarian or fish alternative alongside the whole menu.

As the only woman to have been awarded 3 Michelin stars in the U.S. for her acclaimed Atelier Crenn in San Francisco, Air France maintains its partnership with esteemed culinary chefs with great pride. Julien Royer, another 3-star Michelin chef from Odette in Singapore and Louise in Hong Kong, is among the distinguished chefs who have also collaborated with the airline to elevate its dining menu.

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Final Thoughts

If you’re planning to fly with Air France in business or first class from the U.S. this spring and summer, keep an eye out for the exciting new menu options available onboard. These new additions are going to present you with an enjoyable dining option during your flight to or from Paris.

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Juan has extensive experience in writing and editing content related to credit cards, loyalty programs, and travel. He has been honing his expertise in this field for over a decade. His work has been featured in various prestigious publications, such as USA Today, CNN Underscored, Forbes and The Points Guy. Juan is the visionary behind JetBetter, a premier award booking concierge service.

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