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DigestQatar Airways Collaborates With Chef Ian Kittichai To Cater An Airborne Fine-Dining Experience

Qatar Airways Collaborates With Chef Ian Kittichai To Cater An Airborne Fine-Dining Experience

Qatar Airways Collaborates With Chef Ian Kittichai To Cater An Airborne Fine-Dining Experience
By Pichaya Petrachaianan
By Pichaya Petrachaianan
May 20, 2019
Going places together with good food

Along with a few other things, aeroplane food is a major factor that can make or break your flying experience. While the idea of an airborne meal can be quite exciting, the reality a lot of times is that it just falls flat. 

That's why that to ensure a pleasant flight, especially for epicureans, the multiple-award-winning airline, Qatar Airways, has partnered up with celebrity chef Ian Kittichai to create new Thai inflight dining options. Presenting over 20 menus to first and business tier passengers, the chef has designed meals that will withstand the time and altitude of flights from Bangkok to Doha and present themselves as authentic and tasty Thai cuisine at service time. 

Chef Ian (third from left) and Qatar Airlines management crew
Chef Ian (third from left) and Qatar Airlines management crew

It is an honor to work with Qatar Airways to create a very special inflight dining menu, bringing local Thai flavours and produce to its passengers. I am excited to work with a brand so committed to excellence, and I look forward to delighting Qatar Airways passengers with delicious flavours from my homeland.

Ian Kittichai

slow-cooked beef short ribs
slow-cooked beef short ribs

The most notable dishes on the menu include slow-cooked beef short ribs with grilled banana and chilli peppers in a southern styled curry and coconut-poached tiger prawns with heart of palm, bok choy and chu chee curry. Each menu from chef Ian uses fine raw materials sourced from Thailand and the chef's exceptional savoir-faire.

coconut-poached tiger prawns
coconut-poached tiger prawns

Experience fine-dining as good as it is on the group when flying Qatar. The airline has up to 63 weekly flights from Bangkok. Log on to qatarairways.com to book your flights now!

See also: With Seats Inspired by Luxury Fashion, This Aircraft Refines Flying In Style

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