Asiana airlines inflight meals vary depending on your flight time and of course your class of travel. The airline offers a wide range of traditional Korean dishes inflight and even allows first-class passengers to pre-order from a wide selection of main course dishes. Passengers on flights from Seoul and Busan can also order a special celebratory cake.

For the Inflight Feed business class meal review of Asiana Airlines, please check here.


Economy class meals on Asiana airlines reflect Korean cuisine and passengers can enjoy Ssambap a Korean dish made from fresh ssam vegetables and even bibimbap. Their inflight bibimbap is very popular with regular travellers.


Can be ordered up to 24 hours before departure and passengers can also order a Celebratory Cake on flights from Seoul and Busan. Special meal options include: Moslem Meal, Hindu Meal, Kosher Meal, Raw Vegetarian Meal, Vegan Meal, Vegetarian Lacto-Ovo, Asian/Hindu Vegetarian, Vegetarian Jain Meal, Vegetarian Oriental, Bland Meal, Diabetic, Low Fat, Low Calorie, Low Sodium, No Lactose, Gluten Free, Fruit Platter, Seafood meal, Baby Meal, Child Meal, Toddler Meal.

To order please contact Asiana here.


The airlines use rainforest alliance certified coffee and the Western food options in business class have been developed by Italian restaurant La Cucina.


First-class passengers on Asiana can pre-order their main meals up to 24 hours before departure from the Korean royal cuisine menu options. Inflight meal offerings will include Western, Chinese and Korean dish choices. The airline works closely with Korean restaurants and chefs to provide traditional inflight meal service.

On flights from Tokyo to Incheon, the airline offers a traditional Japanese inflight meal offering for first-class passengers.

To order your first class meal on Asiana Airlines go here.