South African Airways meals will vary depending on your flight time and cabin class. In economy class meals are complimentary as well as all beverages.
On all flights from London Heathrow to Johannesburg expect international-inspired dishes paired with excellent South African wines. The airline is proud to serve only South African wines onboard all flights. Menus are changed quarterly with a focus on locally sourced ingredients where possible.
On domestic services, customers may be served sandwiches, wraps, and picnic baskets. International services will offer a selection of three main courses and will include a healthy salad starter.
The airline is proud to serve only South African wines onboard all flights. Menus are changed quarterly with a focus on locally sourced ingredients where possible.
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SAA passengers will receive an R50.00 meal voucher to spend inflight. Your boarding pass will contain a special code, show it to the cabin crew who will provide you with a snack and beverage.
Should be ordered at least 48 hours before departure, however, Kosher meals require at least 72 hours notice. The following meals can be ordered:
Asian Vegetarian, Bland Meal, Diabetic, Fruit Platter, Gluten-Free, Hindu, Kosher, Low Calorie, Low Cholesterol, Low Sodium, Moslem, Low Lactose, Raw Vegetarian, Seafood, Vegetarian Lacto-Ovo, Vegetarian Jain, Vegetarian Oriental, Vegetarian vegan.
Special meals can be managed here.
Special meals require 72 hours notice, and you can only order Vegan, Kosher and Muslim meals.
The airline works closely with South African Chef Siba Mtongana, Chef Coco and Chef Song, to create a restaurant dining experience for business class customers.
On domestic flights, business class customers can choose between a hot English breakfast or a continental breakfast comprising of fruit, yoghurt and muesli. Specialities such as the traditional South African samp and beans and others will be served inflight for dinner time.
On international services, the airline offers traditional dishes such as Kingklip which is caught off the South African coastline, served with yellow basmati rice, grilled mixed vegetables and a Cape Malay sauce. There’s always a vegetarian option available onboard and meals are paired with award-winning South African wines and Méthode Cap Classique.