Can’t get enough of local food?
Pretty soon, locals and foreigners alike will get to enjoy local favouites when they fly Singapore Airlines.
The #2 airline in the world will be changing up its menu as part of its 70th anniversary celebrations. A collaboration with the Singapore Tourism Board, this will be happening in conjunction with the Singapore Food Festival.
Starting next month, local delicacies near and dear to our hearts like chicken rice and carrot cake will be served as part of SIA’s new in-flight menu.
While premium economy class and economy class passengers get to choose from char siew rice, fried carrot cake and Hainanese pork chop, it’s the passengers travelling in suites, first class and business class that will get the larger, mouth-watering selection of Singapore’s most iconic offerings.
On their menu is chicken rice, nasi lemak, fishball kway teow soup, prawn and chicken laksa and Peranakan Hokkien mee soup.
There’s something quite comforting about having your favourite plate of char siew rice while flying abroad for business or even pleasure, isn’t there?
While these dishes will only officially become a part of SIA’s in-flight menu for the month of July, some of these dishes are already available for pre-order through the airline’s Book the Cook service.
(Header Image Source: Singapore Airlines)