Air India San Francisco non-stop flight to have gastronomical delight on board

Air India San Francisco non-stop flight to have gastronomical delight on board

Passengers on board Air India’s non-stop flight to San Francisco from December 02, 2015 can look forward to a delightful onboard food experience.

To bring in a new excitement and variety for guests on Air India’s longest flight, the airline has engaged the services of celebrated Chef, Rajan Loomba, Chief Executive Chef, The Ashok to design meals for this flight, both from Delhi and from San Francisco. A presentation of the new menu was made at the Ambassador Sky Chef Flight kitchen for Mr Ashwani Lohani, CMD, Air India and senior officials. Chef Loomba took them through the details of the newly designed menu options, which will showcase the best of Indian cuisine. The emphasis is on wholesome, light and delicious food to suit all palates. The menu includes vegetarian and non-vegetarian Indian and Continental options. First and Business class passengers will have, besides an exclusive array of food, a wide choice of the best wines and liquor to pair with the food. The inaugural flight will provide amenity kits with an Indian touch. The pouch and the products will be from Khadi. Thereafter, the kits will be extended to all other international flights of Air India.

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