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Singapore Airlines meals are included in the price of your ticket. Since the pandemic, there have been changes to the economy-class meal service. On flights under 3.5 hours, passengers can expect a boxed meal concept as part of the airlines’ effort to enhance customer experience by offering a greater variety of meals. Two meal choices are offered including a Western and regionally inspired dishes.
On some overnight flights, the airline only serves one meal and a drink service before landing.
Most flights longer than 3.5 hours will offer three meal choices. If you have a special dietary request, it’s best to order a special meal.
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Boissons à bord
Singapore Sling and Other Cocktails
Coffee, and a selection of Teas
ECONOMIE DE LA MEILLEURE QUALITÉ
A range of wellness meals is served onboard flights from New York to Singapore; most of the ingredients come from Aerofarms which are produced locally and sustainably. These meals are designed to reduce insulin spikes, and indigestion, curb water retention and make you feel fuller for longer. These meals are also available to/from Los Angeles, Seattle and San Francisco.
Special meals require at least 24 hours notice, however, Nut Free and Kosher meals require 48 hours notice.
You can order the following meals:
Baby Meal, Post Weaning, Child Meal, Hindu, Kosher, Kosher Vegetarian, Muslim, Raw Vegetarian, Vegetarian Indian, Vegetarian Jain, Vegetarian Oriental, Vegetarian Vegan, Vegetarian Lacto-Ovo, Bland, Diabetic, Fat-Free, Fruit Platter, Gluten Free, Low Calorie, Low Fat, Low Fibre, Low Lactose, Low Salt, No Carbohydrate, Non-Strict Strict Nut Free, Semi-Fluid Meal, Soft Fluid Meal, Ulcer Diet Meal, Japanese Meal, Seafood Meal, Non-Beef Meal.
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BOOK THE COOK
Passengers travelling in Suites, First Class, Business Class and Premium Economy class can choose their meals before their flight.
There are up to 68 meal choices to select from (depending on your flight departure) with options such as Lobster Thermidor, Singapore Chicken Satay, Nasi Lemak and many more.
First-class passengers can choose their meals from 18 departure cities, business class can select from 32 departures and premium economy can select from 26 departure cities.
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Singapore airlines meals are renowned for being some of the best in the skies. Business-class customers can pre-order their favourite dish using the ‘Book the Cook’ service, while younger passengers in premium cabins select their favourite kid’s meal. The airline works with a number of restaurants and chefs around the world to bring some fantastic dishes to your tray table.
Once onboard you will be offered a choice of Champagne, juice and water before departure. Inflight menus will offer a wide range of meal choices, commencing with appetisers, main meals, and then followed by cheese and dessert.
Boissons à bord
Champagne, Red/White wine, Campari, Teacher’s Highland Cream Whisky, Jim Beam Black label bourbon, Martell VSOP Cognac, Beefeater Gin, Smirnoff Red Label Vodka, Bacardi Superior Rum.
Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge, Baileys Irish cream. International Beers and Stout.
Coke, Light, Zero, 7UP, Ginger Ale, Soda Water, Bitter Lemon.
Singapore Sling, Screwdriver, Bloody Mary, Bailey’s White Russian. Mocktails.
Orange, Apply, Pineapple and Tomato Juice. Coffee, Black Tea, Green Tea and Peppermint Tea.
You can read the Inflight Feed review of Singapore Airlines business class meals from Perth to Singapore right ici.
Suites and First Class passengers will be greeted with Dom Perigon Vintage 2004 as a welcome drink. On flights between Singapore and China passengers can dine on the Míng Jiā Zhēn Zhuàn inspired meals for lunch or dinner.
On Japanese flights (or if you order a Japanese inflight meal) a traditional Kyo-Kaiseki service will await. This meal originated in the 1500s as a meal after a traditional Japanese tea ceremony.
On flights to India, passengers can dine on Shai Thali meals that have been created by Sanjeev Kapoor. These meals include a starter, two types of chutneys up to four entrees, rice, Indian bread and a dessert.