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Air France’s La Première and Business Passengers Can Now Savor Michelin-Starred Menus

Air France passengers traveling in the carrier’s upper-class cabins can now enjoy Michelin-starred in-flight catering created by chefs Michel Roth and Anne-Sophie Pic.
Premium cabin flyers can now get a taste of authentic French cuisine from a Michelin Star chef on select flights. 


From this month through to October 2022, Air France passengers seated in the airline’s long-haul La Première and Business cabins can enjoy Michelin-starred menus created by chefs Michel Roth and Anne-Sophie Pic.


In-Flight Catering Options Highlight French Cuisine, Commitment to Sustainability

Roth – who has been awarded the accolades of Bocuse d’Or and Meilleur Ouvrier de France in addition to several Michelin stars – has created an appetizer, a starter and eight distinct dishes for Air France’s La Première cabin. While these dishes will be unveiled gradually over the coming months, Roth’s menu will include caviar provided by Sturia, France’s leading caviar producer, as well as lobster medallion and beef with foie gras and truffle sauce.


In the Business cabin, Anne-Sophie Pic – recipient of ten Michelin stars and owner of La Maison Pic in Valence, France – has created eight distinct dishes including braised beef with potato mousseline and artichoke barigoule with polenta. More information on Air France’s culinary offerings across both cabins – which will be offered on departure from certain long-haul routes from Paris – can be found here and here.


Vegetarian options are available on both menus, which highlight seasonal and locally-produced French ingredients. In a statement, the carrier explained that, through these menu offerings, it will, “…continue to offer its customers exceptional French cuisine that is more sustainable and responsible.”


In addition to these exclusive offerings in its Business and La Première cabins, Air France is making changes to its on-board catering options as part of its wider sustainability strategy. “By the end of 2022, the airline is committed to offering 100 percent French meat, dairy products and eggs, as well as sustainably caught fish, on all its flights from Paris and in all cabins. A vegetarian dish will also be systematically offered and all meals will be prepared entirely in France. The company favors local produce, respecting seasonal produce and encouraging sustainable farming,” it said, adding that it was also making a commitment to eliminating and recycling up to 90 percent of single-use plastic on-board by early 2023.


As a final note, Air France explained that, “Sustainable catering is part of Air France’s roadmap for more responsible travel. The airline has developed its initiatives under the Air France ACT label. All these actions are detailed online at airfranceact.airfrance.com.”

SFO777 August 14, 2022

Nice research as usual.  LOL.  AF retired its entire A380 fleet more than 2 years ago.  


I flew air France home in business class a few months ago. Worst service I've had on plane in over a decade. I'd hate for your flight attendants to actually have to smile or serve customers so I won't inconvenience them  again

unfrequentflyer August 4, 2022

What fish are they going to serve at F class?

Daremo999 August 3, 2022

Is this on all long haul BC flights or only select routes?  Flying IAD-CDG at the end of the month for the 1st time, and this would be awesome to experience (I hope!:) ).

Gizzabreak July 28, 2022

Does this improve "dining in the sky" ... or simply further degrade the mystique of "Michelin starred dining" in general?