British Airways has brought back the full Club World business class service offering brasserie-style dining.
The carrier says its return to a full service includes new enhanced standards of dining where each course is served to customers individually. This features signature hot soups such as artichoke and parmesan soup with rye croutons, and desserts like warm apple strudel with vanilla sauce.
According to British Airways, its new Club World menus will reflect its commitment to using British provenance and premium ingredients from local producers celebrating originality. Seasonal options such as the British Original Cottage Pie or chocolate fondant with crème anglaise will also be offered.
In addition, the airline is offering menus with regional variations to specific routes such as lemon and herb grilled mahi-mahi fish on its Caribbean flights, chicken dum biryani on routes from India and king prawn machbous from the Middle East.
The carrier is also reintroducing its express service on evening flights, with passengers being able to request a one tray service so they can enjoy a quick bite to eat and then sleep if they wish.
The new menus are curated by British Airways’ culinary experts and have been thoughtfully paired with beverage options from the airline’s in-flight drinks menu.
Sajida Ismail, British Airways’ Head of Onboard Experience, said: “It’s incredibly important that when we brought our full service back, it exceeded our customers’ expectations. We have taken time to ensure that we are offering a premium brasserie-style dining experience that not only tastes good, but one that our crew feel confident in delivering.
“We have had such great feedback from the recent introduction of new menus across our First, World Traveller Plus, World Traveller and Club Europe cabins and we know our new Club World menus won’t disappoint.”