Brussels Airlines has always supported Belgian talent by bringing top quality Belgian products to customers in business class. Onboard, passengers will find that the airline offers a selection of Belgium’s finest beers and wines, pralines, waffles and also cookies.

So it comes as no surprise that the airline has just announced a new range of meals inspired by local dishes from Luxemburg. These new dishes have been created by Star Chef Julien Lahire from Le Moulin Hideux which has been around since 1962. His motto is to always look for the best quality, and Chef Julien still goes to meet the producers of products that he purchases for his meal creations.


The meals are now being served to Business Class passengers on long-haul flights to the US and Africa. This range of meals will run until July 2014 and for the month of April, passengers can expect starters such as chicken ballotines with walnuts presented with iceberg salad and crisp vegetables.

After July the airline will yet again select a new Michelin starred chef this time most likely from the province of Flemish Brabant. Of course, Business Class passengers can still choose from two different menu options during their flight or one of the 21 different special meals that the airline offers for those who require a diet specific meal.


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