Bangkok Airways’ serves up “Boutique Street Food”

Bangkok Airways’ has unveiled its new in-flight menus for 2019 under the concept, “Boutique Street Food.”

Amornrat Konsawat, acting vice president – Network and Fleet management & director – Product Development and Delivery of Bangkok Airways said: “This year, we would like to present our in-flight menus in a new perspective. Therefore, we have come up with the street food concept. The offering aims to provide authentic tastes of famous Thai street food with our ’boutique twist’ to capture the essence of Bangkok Airways as a boutique airline. Our new street-food-style-menus will include Phad Thai with shrimps, Stir-fried chicken with basil leaves served with jasmine rice, Roasted duck noodles, Thai vermicelli with fish curry, Streamed spice rice with chicken… to name a few. These menus will be available on all Bangkok Airways flights (domestic and international) originating from Suvarnabhumi Airport, Samui Airport and Phuket Airport. We believe that these new in-flight specialties, exclusively created by Bangkok Air Catering for Bangkok Airways passengers will add to an even more memorable flying experience for everyone.”

Charoonya Napon, executive chef of Bangkok Air Catering (BAC) added: “We are pleased to be a part of Bangkok Airways Boutique Street Food concept this year. Our team of professional chefs has chosen some of the best Thai street food menus and developed them to be in line with Bangkok Airways boutique street food concept as well as to be able to serve passengers on the flights. Airline food requires certain procedures and standards compared to other food. Bangkok Air Catering has been long known for its expertise in producing delicious high quality food for airline travel. Our kitchen complies with HACCP/GMP standards, assuring passengers of top quality and the safest products. Our kitchen is fully HALAL-compliant, certified by The Central Islamic Committee of Thailand and our Kosher kitchen is fully certified and overseen by Thai Kashrut Services.”

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