Gulf Air’s in flight meals approved by gourmets


Gulf Air’s new in-flight menus, introduced in its first and business class, received a positive endorsement from members of the international gourmet society, Chaine des  Rotisseurs. Gulf Air is the first airline in the region to have received such an endorsement for its premium class meals.
A selection of dishes from the airline’s premier menus was sampled by the committee members of the Chaine, who also rated them for presentation, creativity, originality and  taste.
The Chaine des Rotisseurs Bahrain Committee consisting of Neman Abdallah, Chancelier Delegue; David Gibson-Moore, Argentier; Felipe Yofre, Conseiller Culinaire and Rodolphe Melki, Charge de Presse were impressed by Gulf Air’s commitment to culinary quality.
“The dishes we sampled today featured a creative selection of local and international cuisine,” said Yofre.
Khalid Almoayed, Bailli Delegue and Member of the International Conseil Magistral of the Chaine des Rotisseurs and Bailli Delegue of Bahrain also conveyed the following message. “We are proud of Gulf Air, the national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain for their particular attention to culinary excellence on board.”
“Gulf Air has carved a niché for itself in onboard fine-dining by introducing innovative culinary concepts and products for which it has won several accolades,” said Gulf Air CEO Bjِrn Nنf. “This endorsement by Chaine Des Rotisseurs is another feather in our cap.”
As customers are our prime focus, we keep refining our in-flight cuisine and service standards that set us apart from competition. The introduction of these new menus is one more step in taking our customer service to greater heights,” he said.
The newly designed menus, served by professionally trained Skychefs, offer customers more choice while still maintaining the airline’s renowned onboard service standards.