From roasted vegetable wraps to Violet Crumble bars, Virgin Australia’s latest inflight menu is different than you might expect – and that’s the whole idea.
“As we step up our services for the summer vacation period, we are bringing a lot of fun and energy to our new menu, as part of our commitment to creating exceptional customer experiences,” says Paul Jones, Head of Virgin Australia’s customer base and digital. Officer.
Business class passengers will see seasonal refreshment with “trendy summer dishes that are both nutritious and healthy” such as chicken tajine, “burrito power bowls”, vegetarian Korean bibimbap and new dishes. of pasta.
“Our customers also told us how much they love our sparkling wine, so we listened and added more bubbles to the menu,” Jones said.
And if you are traveling to Fiji, the business class breakfast service will give you a choice of
• potato and corn fritters topped with tomato basil salsa, crumbled feta and sautéed spinach
• cheese omelet served with sautéed potatoes with onion, mushroom stew and chicken chipolata
While for lunch and dinner there is
• chimichurri chicken
• pumpkin and eggplant lasagna
Virgin says there will also be “additional menu offerings including dessert and snacks throughout the flight.”
And if you’re seated behind the second row, the economy ‘buy on board’ menu now goes far beyond simple snacks, though the airline says cheese and crackers continue to be the most popular and most popular. purchased.
Virgin’s fresh food list will include chicken Caesar lettuce sandwiches and a roasted veggie and feta wrap, which will be part of what Jones calls a “secret economy menu,” meaning off-menu items that will be. loaded on each flight.
“Virgin Australia cabin crew will present the fresh menu options available at the start of each flight, with wraps, sandwiches and hot pies, just a few of the dishes available in the air.”
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