Cathay pacific meals include a range of special meal options as well as on-demand dining in First Class. The airline offers regional noodle signature soups from Hong Kong on select flights in premium cabins whilst economy class passengers will also benefit from dishes that have a Hong Kong/Chinese flavor.

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Cathay Pacific special meals include the following options which can be ordered up to 24 hours prior to departure:

Vegetarian Hindu / Indian Vegetarian Meal, Baby Meal, Bland Meal, Child Meal, Diabetic Meal, Fruit Platter Meal, Gluten Intolerant Meal, Hindu Meal, Kosher Meal, Low Calorie Meal, Low Fat / Low Cholesterol Meal, Low Salt Meal, Moslem Meal, Liquid Meal, Low Lactose Meal, Vegetarian Raw Meal, No-Beef Meal, Vegetarian Vegan Meal, Vegetarian Jain Meal, Vegetarian Lacto-Ovo Meal and Vegetarian Oriental Meal.

Note that on flights to Indonesia, Malaysia, Maldives, Middle East and Pakistan all main meals are Halal certified.

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Cathay Pacific was one of the first airlines to have rice cookers, toasters and skillets on board which allow cabin crew to arrange freshly cooked rice, toast and eggs. Passengers in First Class can enjoy a regional Chinese dining experience on long and medium haul flights. First Class passengers can also choose their own meals onboard and dine anytime they wish. Finally, the airline offers a regional speciality of hot noodle soup in First and Business Class on selected routes to and from Hong Kong.

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