Ritz-Carlton HK serves up Italian cuisine for Cathay

Ritz-Carlton HK serves up Italian cuisine for Cathay

Airline passengers to be offered Michelin-starred menu items

Airline passengers to be offered Michelin-starred menu items

James Ginns (second from left), signs the agreement with Pierre Perusset, GM of the Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong (second right) and Pino Lavarra, chef at the Tosca restaurant (middle)
James Ginns (second from left), signs the agreement with Pierre Perusset, GM of the Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong (second right) and Pino Lavarra, chef at the Tosca restaurant (middle)

The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong has formed a new partnership with Cathay Pacific that will see dishes from the hotel’s Michelin-starred Italian restaurant, Tosca, served to passengers.

From 1 May to 31 July 2014, the special menu will be served to first and business class passengers on selected long-haul flights departing from Hong Kong.

“We are committed to providing the best in-flight experience to our passengers and the food we serve on our aircraft is an integral part of that experience. Being creative with our menus gives us an opportunity to bring different tastes of the world to our passengers,” said Cathay’s general manager of in-flight services, James Ginns.

The new menu on Cathay’s flights includes pasta and antipasto dishes such as garganelli with n’duja salami, and beef seared carpaccio with a parmesan crisp.

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