Well, there are sometimes undeniable differences between Economy and Business classes on a flight. Some we care and wistfully witness others we do not. This time, as food could be a nice giggling temptation, even in Economy class passengers get to have the famous Michelin-starred dishes.
British Airways is counting in its Economy class for luxuries such as a menu from a Michelin-starred chef, Tom Kerridge.
This spectacular menu contains British classics, such as warm steak and ale pie, as well as dishes like spiced cauliflower tortilla wrap and international flair. With a cocktail of lager or a classic gin and tonic flying British Airways mow is as enchanting as stopping into a highly rated gastropub.
Britain has always had kept its reputation all over the world for the quality of its meat, and so the pies will be like representatives for British cuisine, with proper, glazed pastry and wonderful flavor. And the sandwiches will have a lot of crunch and punch. They’ll be significant.
If you’re picking British Airways and are eager to taste the new menu, you’ll have to plan for it in advance because British Airways is only presenting the menu as a preorder option. Passengers need to order their meals online at least 12 hours before departure, to make ensure that their choice is in stock and to lessen onboard waste.
The menu is available to passengers flying British Airways’ EuroTraveller (short-haul economy) routes. Besides the new meal choices, passengers in EuroTraveller will have access to the Wi-Fi rollout across the fleet. Also, they could preorder duty-free items and have them delivered to their seats through the airline’s High Life Shop. Those who do not order from the Speedbird Cafe will receive a bottle of water and a snack, such as a breakfast bar or pack of chips.