ChampagneMarine lobster, Three-year-old County – oh my God! No really, these are just some of the culinary delights on offer during La Compagnie airline’s Chefs & Co. activation this September. At a time when certain airlines offer worse customer experience than everall guests on board each flight to New York from Paris with The company this month you will enjoy a four-course menu prepared by 2 Michelin star Chef Stéphanie Le Quellec.
Best of all, flights on this French business class airline-Olny can be found for less than $2,000 apiece, a fraction of the cost of current business class upgrades on Delta, United and other competing airlines (without even count the initial price). basic rate!). Check out a side-by-side comparison with Delta Business Class below:
It’s not just about food. From September 18, La Compagnie will also deploy a two-week partnership with Maison Telmont Champagne, in honor of this year’s current harvest season. In addition to the standard Telmont Réserve Brut offering on board, guests will enjoy a three-flight tasting including the estate’s Réserve Brut, Réserve Rosé and Telmont Vinothèque 2013, each promising to pair beautifully with the meticulously crafted menu. prepared by chef Le Quellec.
It’s kind of crazy to think that the photo above is airline food, right? The meal begins with marinated blue lobster and grilled buckwheat (above), followed by a choice of confit veal shank with coffee and porcini mushroom ravioli, or a pescatarian alternative of baked cod, porcini mushrooms, asparagus and fresh peas (I opted for the latter – which isn’t as visually impressive but tasted delicious).
To end in style, the meal ends with a creamy caramel mille-feuille and two cheeses selected by Bourguignon Meilleur Ouvrier de France Joseph Desserprix, who is also dining room manager at the restaurant La Scène du Quellec in Paris.
Flying business class is undoubtedly a luxury. But with the menu at Quellec, it’s definitely the kind of splurge that’s worth it. Just look at these aged cheeses served after the meal: doesn’t that scream France?