Singapore airlines meals are renowned for being some of the best in the skies. First, Business and Premium Economy class customers can pre-order their favorite dish, whilst younger passengers in premium cabins select their favorite kids meal. They offer a wide range of special meals to suit any diet and work with a number of restaurants and chefs around the world to bring some amazing dishes to your tray table.Interested to see what the airline serves in business class? Check out the Inflight Feed review of Singapore Airlines business class meals from Zurich to Singapore right here and Singapore to Melbourne right here.SPECIAL MEALSSingapore Airlines special meals with the exception of Nut Free and Kosher (48 hours notice) require at least 24 hours notice to order.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.For further information regarding the special meals available please check here.PREMIUM ECONOMY CLASSPremium Economy customers flying from Frankfurt, Zurich, Hong Kong, London,Munich, Paris, Singapore and Sydney can pre order their main meals through the ‘Book the Cook’ meal service by Singapore Airlines.BUSINESS CLASSBook the Cook is a service available for Business and First class passengers allowing them to pre order their main meal choice up to 24 hours prior to their departure. For flights ex Singapore there is a choice of over 60 dishes including the famous Lobster Thermidor!FIRST CLASSSuites 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 1500’s as a meal after a traditional Japanese tea ceremony. And 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.