Air Transat's new winter
The new options include a grilled ham and cheese croissant and the buttermilk pancakes with blueberry purée, maple butter and bacon, as well as a main dish, Quebec grain-fed chicken hunter-style. As always, the gourmet menu will feature two options for breakfast and six for lunch/dinner.
“Every season, travellers tell us how much they enjoy the quality and refinement of the meals in the Gourmet menu by Chef Daniel Vézina,” says Jean-François Lemay, President-General Manager of Air Transat. “As the World's Best Leisure Airline at the Skytrax World Airline Awards, Air Transat strives daily to offer passengers an experience that lives up to this title. The Gourmet menu is one of the fabulous perks of our Club Class, and it’s available for purchase in Economy Class by anyone looking to kick off their vacation in style or end it on a high note.”
The Gourmet menu is offered for free in Club Class, where the main dishes are accompanied by the chef’s own strawberry shortcake or chocolate fondant. In Economy Class, the meals must be pre-ordered at least 72 before departure. The breakfast options are $18, while the lunch/dinner dishes are $25.
- New: Grilled ham and cheese croissant
- New: Buttermilk pancakes with blueberry purée, maple butter and bacon
*Each breakfast is served with a plain croissant, yogourt, orange juice and coffee.
- New: Quebec grain-fed chicken hunter-style
- Turkey medallions in a truffle-flavoured cranberry sauce
- Pulled beef shepherd’s pie
- Spinach and artichoke lasagna with ricotta
- Gnocchi with Bolognese sauce
- Cheese and tomato orzo risotto
*Each lunch/dinner dish is served with a salad, dessert and a glass of wine.
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