Does the meal offer value for money?
Let’s assume that wine and tea/coffee cost around €7.50, a dessert and small sweet €4.00, a small side salad €4.00 and already you’re looking at €15.50 in value. This doesn’t take into account the cost of the main meal or the bread, so there’s value to be had with these meals.
THE MEAL CHOICES
Each meal choice sounds delicious and includes three courses as well as Wine plus Tea or Coffee.
They are made fresh daily at the airlines catering kitchen in Dublin and include:
Smoked Salmon starter followed by a Fillet of Beef served with Gratin Dauphinois, Creamed Spinach, Mushrooms and a Red Wine Jus.
Salad of Feta Cheese, Roasted Pepper, Aubergine and Sun-blushed Tomato served with a Harissa and Lemon Dressing followed by Darn of Salmon served with Julienne Carrot, Leek and Courgette, Clodagh’s Garlic and Rosemary Roast Potatoes and a Dill Sauce.
Salad of Feta Cheese, Roasted Pepper, Aubergine and Sun-blushed Tomato served with a Harissa and Lemon Dressing. The main course of Lemon Roasted Chicken is served with Green Beans, Clodagh’s Garlic and Rosemary Roast Potatoes and a Roasted Tomato, Basil and Olive Sauce.
Dessert served with all dishes is a Glenilen Farm Raspberry Panna Cotta, and a Lily O’Brien Sweet will go nicely with your Cup of Tea or coffee.
Consulting Chef Clodagh McKenna said, ‘I am very excited about our new transatlantic pre-order meals. We’ve created three delicious meals that are both healthy and tasty. We’ve sourced great quality Irish ingredients, and the dishes are cooked fresh daily.’