Qatar airways meals are prepared to the highest standards and the airline prides themselves on the quality of meals that they serve inflight. All meals are Halal certified and the airline offers over 19 special meals for customers who require them.


Meals and desserts are prepared with a focus on quality and freshness with the airline offering at least 2 red and 2 white wine options in Economy class. Most long haul flights will include a main meal offering and a second service meal (hot or cold depending on the flight time) usually just before landing.


Special meals require at least 72 hours notice and are available on all flights except intra Gulf flights, however vegetarian meals can still be ordered on these flights. Qatar Airways special meal options include the following options and note that all meals served inflight are Halal certified. For further information check here.

Baby Meal, Bland meal, Child Meal, Diabetic Meal, Fruit Platter, Gluten Free, Hindu, Kosher, Low Calorie, Low cholestrol, Low Lactose, Low Salt, Medical Meal, Vegetarian Asian/Indian, Vegetarian Jain, Vegetarian Lacto Ovo, Vegetarian Non Dairy, Vegetarian Oriental, Vegetarian Raw.


Passengers can choose from on demand dining with the airline offering meals similar to a five star dining experience. Many cabin crew are trained by the Wine and Spitir Education Trust ensuring that they have extensive knowledge of the wines onboard. The airline is the only airline to offer different wines on flights from Doha travelling east and west! For a sample menu check here.

Celebrity chefs helped to develop the inflight menus on the airlines Boeing 787 aircraft. These chefs included Nobu Matsuhisa, Tom Aitkens, Ramzi Choueiri and Vineet Bhatia and together they created unique menus.

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