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Sydney To Debut Australia’s Native Food In Flights
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Passengers jetting from Sydney to Singapore with Singapore Airlines over the coming months can tuck into a selection of new inflight dishes inspired by Australia’s native flavours and local produce, as the airline celebrates 50 years of flying Down Under.
Up the very front in first class (or ‘Suites Class’ on Airbus A380 flights), high flyers can devour pan- seared, myrtle-rubbed Tasmanian salmon as their lunch or dinner, followed by a tropical Queensland coconut panna cotta on flights from March 27 through April 30.
Throughout May, that switches to a salt bush- and wild tomato-seasoned Jack’s Creek Wagyu sirloin aside vegetables and roasted kipfler potatoes as the main course, plus a warm peach and passion berry tart with macadamia ice cream and Daintree vanilla bean anglaise:
June sees a highlight of oven-flashed lemon myrtle-rubbed prawns atop pearl couscous and native lime caviar vinaigrette, and an Australian Granny Smith apple dome with cinnamon ice cream, prepared using apples from Stanthorpe, Queensland.
“We’ve used herbs from South Australia and native bush spices from regional New South Wales,” explains Gate Gourmet Regional Executive Chef for Asia Pacific Jeremy Steele: the catering supplier used by Singapore Airlines in Sydney.
For more details, check out the link, https://www.ausbt.com.au