It’s currently not possible to order any many of the special meal options in economy or business class, specifically on routes from Paris/Frankfurt/London to Japan.
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Since 2013 ANA has held its yearly voting contest on airline food options. They invite passengers to vote on Facebook for one of eight menu items; the two most popular menu items will end up being served inflight. The meals in ANA economy class are of an exceptional standard and include their ANA original bread, a soft chewy bread, that is also served in Business Class on departures from Tokyo (Haneda and Narita).
Passengers in ANA economy class can expect at least two meals services on most long haul routes. There are choices of Japanese or Western meal options and the airline has collaborated with a number of food producers to create exceptional inflight meals in economy class. In 2020 ANA created local curries with Tohoku-grown produce. These curries were offered in international premium economy and economy class flights from Japan.
There are some self-service snacks available on North America (except Honolulu), Europe, Sydney, and Indian routes. Expect traditional Arare rice crackers, fruit and Aromatic Kabosu which is made from sun-drenched kabosu a green citrus fruit drink that is sour and sweet. Self-service snack bars onboard also offer fruits, Arare rice crackers, and other Japanese style snacks.
If you would like to view the inflight menu on your upcoming ANA flight in economy class please enter your flight details here to view the information.
The following beverages are available in ANA Economy Class.
Kabosu, Orange Juice, Apple Juice, Tomato Juice, Coke, 7UP, Sparkling Water, Milk, Green Tea, Hojicha, Coffee, Decaf. Coffee, Tea and Corn Soup.
Alcohol may include Red/White wine, Beers from Japan, Chivas Regal Whisky, Beefeater Gin, Vodka.
Further information on ANA Economy class dining can be viewed here.
Paid Meal Upgrade
Passengers in economy and premium economy class can choose to upgrade their meals on all flights from Japan (except to Vladivostok). You can select a paid exclusive dining meal (Japanese/Western cuisine) which will include an appetiser, main meal and dessert. Desserts are created by Pierre Herme Paris on flights ex Tokyo.
In addition to the standard economy class drinks offering, passengers in premium economy class will enjoy drinks from the business class cabin menu. Options such as Champagne, Wine, Sake, Plume Wine, and Shochu are available on most flights. Meal options in premium economy class include Japanese or Western options.
Special meal orders can be made with ANA directly online here, through their reservations department, or your travel agent. If you booked with a travel agent, you must order your meal with your travel agent. Note that special meals are not always available on all flight routes, and some can only be ordered on the phone.
The following meals can be ordered and require at least 24 hours notice*.
Allergen Free, Vegetarian Jain Meal, Kosher Meal, Bland Meal, Low Lactose Meal, Seafood Meal, Baby, Child, Vegetarian Lacto Ovo, Vegan, Asian Vegetarian, Vegetarian Raw, Vegetarian Oriental, Hindu, Muslim, Kosher, Vegetarian Jain, Diabetic, Low Salt, Low Fat, Low Calorie, Gluten-Free, Bland, Low Lactose, Fruit and Seafood.
*Free from Allergies- Order at least 24 hours before departure from Japan, or 48 hours for flights to Japan.
You can book your special meal here.
Business-class passengers can now pre-order a Japanese or Western meal for the first meal service on all ANA flights. You can order your meal here, it’s not possible to request this on the telephone, and you can not pre-order a meal on late-night supper/light meal service flights. Meals must be booked at least 24 hours before departure.
ANA has recently introduced new inflight meals from restaurants and hotels for passengers flying to Japan from Los Angeles, Delhi, Mumbai, Singapore, and Taipei.
Passengers can enjoy creative dishes created by chef and founder, Joachim Splichal of the Patina Restaurant Group.
Passengers can enjoy creative dishes created by chef Amit Chowdhury from the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel.
Passengers can enjoy dishes from the famed Italian restaurant Basilico. Meals have been created by Executive Chef Angelo Ciccone, who is originally from Locorotondo in southern Italy.