Russian airline Aeroflot has announced a new range of inflight dishes that are now flying across their network in Business Class. The latest menus were selected by a taste panel which also included journalists, celebrities and the airline’s key partners during a tasting session at Moscow’s Tinatin restaurant recently.

The airline worked closely with Russian celebrity food writer Nika Belotserkovskaya as well as Thierry Mona of LSG Sky Chefs and Kamel Benamar of Moscow’s Vanile and Bolshoi restaurant.  Together the team created the menus which include options such as meatloaf with foie gras, dried fruits and sweet pepper with plum sauce, vinaigrette with salmon and sunflower seed oil, and grilled chicken with wild rice, vegetables and roasted tomato. Desserts include options such as cheesecake with raspberry and lemon mousse with blueberries.



Other dishes include a cold appetiser of octopus with potatoes, celery and lemon dressing, salad with mozzarella and peaches with olive oil and vinegar dressing, pumpkin puree soup with cream cheese and pistachios and lamb stew with couscous and pesto sauce.

“Aeroflot takes the quality and variety of food offered on board very seriously and involves top chefs and confectioners in the creation of the menu,” said Aeroflot CEO Vitaly Saveliev. “A healthy and balanced menu is a responsible choice for us. Top-quality ingredients and recipes, perfect presentation and top-class service, are crucial success factors for Aeroflot’s in-flight menu”.

Photos pictured in this story are current special meal options for Business Class customers, for information regarding Aeroflot meals click here.

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