The five star Chedi Andermatt which is located in the Urseren Valley, just a two-hour train ride from Zurich, will be the ambassadors for the current Swiss International Airlines “SWISS Taste of Switzerland” inflight dining concept.  From now until March 2015 passengers travelling in SWISS First and Business Class cabins (on flights from Switzerland) will be able to taste these new dishes from the Canton of Uri. Passengers will also be able to experience local Swiss wines and regional cheeses with their meals, and from March 2015 the airline will be collaborating with two smaller restaurants from the canton of Ticino.


BUSINESS CLASS – International Services from Switzerland

Balik Salmon Tartare with Mango Dressing
Swiss Sturgeon in a Tomato-and-Artichoke Sugo with Mussels
Beef Tenderloin in Olive Jus.
Marsala Mousse with Orange Jelly and Pistachios




FIRST CLASS – International Services from Switzerland
First Class customers can expect something a little more special including;

Lobster with Honeydew Melon and Banana Crème
Chestnut Soup with Maple Syrup and Almond Tuile
Veal Steak on a Soubise Sauce
Gilt Head Bream with Orange and Cardamom Sauce
Rice Pudding and Poached Pear with Saffron




BUSINESS CLASS – European Services
Customers flying to Switzerland from Europe between 4 and 17 February 2015 will be treated to specialties from the Canton Uri and should expect to sample dishes such as;

Meatballs in a Herb Cream Sauce with Rice and Leeks
Sliced Polenta with Grated Local Cheese served with a Mushroom Ragout and Glazed Root Vegetables
Chocolate Mousse and Crème



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