Air Transat has introduced the summer 2018 edition of the Chef’s Menu by Daniel Vézina.
Travellers can savour two new meals featuring local ingredients, wild blueberries and smoked meat, as well as enjoy the return of four favourite dishes and two breakfast choices.
The new meals, pork filet mignon with Quebec blueberries and chicken cordon bleu garnished with smoked meat, in addition to other summer 2018 menu choices, can now be pre-ordered. They will be served starting May 1 to all Club Class passengers and will be available for purchase in Economy Class.
“The addition of Chef’s Menu by Daniel Vézina on Air Transat flights has had quite a positive influence on our clientele’s satisfaction and on the quality of their on-board experience, particularly for our Club Class passengers,” said Jean-François Lemay, president, general manager of Air Transat.
The Chef’s Menu by Daniel Vézina includes two vegetarian choices and is offered free of charge to all Club Class passengers. In Economy Class, meals and their side dishes are offered at the following prices: $25 for lunch/dinner; $15 for breakfast meals.
Lunch/Dinner: New: Pork filet mignon with Quebec blueberries; New: Chicken cordon bleu garnished with smoked meat; Salmon fillet with Asian noodles; Pulled beef shepherd’s pie; Vegetable risotto; White bean and quinoa casserole.
Each meal is served with a cheese plate, dessert and glass of wine.
Breakfast: Spinach and basil omelette; Crepes with goat cheese and smoked salmon.
Each meal is served with a plain croissant, yogurt, orange juice and coffee.
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