Taiwanese airline EVA Air is offering new meal choices on board from 1 October through to 31 December.
The carrier’s Premium Economy and Economy Class passengers on flights from Taipei to Europe, the United States, Canada and Australia can purchase these special dining options now by logging into Manage Your Trip on the official EVA Air website or EVA mobile app from 21 days until 24 hours before their scheduled departures.
EVA Air says these menus are among the additional services and conveniences EVA Air’s passengers can look forward to as post-pandemic travel flourishes. Passengers are able to preview menus for all cabins in advance of ticketed flights and pre-select main meals in Premium Economy Class in addition to Royal Laurel, Premium Laurel and Business Class.
The impressive new menus include a creation by chef Huang Ching Biao featuring his signature steamed halibut with chopped chilli paste paired with his seasoned shrimp and lime vinaigrette, chayote vines salad with pine nuts and water chestnut cake with osmanthus for dessert, all served in traditional Tan-banquet style.
In addition, Evergreen Sky Catering celebrity chef Joe Huang has designed a satisfying, meatless main course of artichoke with plant-based lasagne preceded by an appetiser of layered plant-based crepes filled with chopped truffles and accompanied by an apricot tart with oriental beauty tea jelly for dessert.
Both of these special meals are presented on Luzerne tableware, elegantly plated and accompanied by appetisers, breads and desserts. EVA Air says the availability of the meals is limited to eight special meals in Premium Economy and 12 in Economy Class and passengers can upgrade to one of these Royal Laurel or Business Class meals for a NTD800 fee (approximately US$25.75) before departure.