SWISS serves meals from Kempinski Grand Hotel in first class

SWISS serves meals from Kempinski Grand Hotel in first class


First class travelers who fly on SWISS will be treated to a delicious meal the next time they fly.

Not only will first class travelers get to relax in one of the most comfortable seats in the air, according to Global Traveler magazine, but they will also be treated to a meal that was created by the head chef at the Kempinski St. Moritz.

The hotel chef is preparing meals for the airline as part of "SWISS Taste of Switzerland," series. From now, through February, first and business class passengers will be served delicious gourmet dishes.

Passengers will be able to pick dishes ranging from traditional Swiss entrees, Mediterranean snacks and tapas, according to the airline.

First class passengers will be able to have a meal that includes poussin with walnut pesto, potato-and-holrabi ragout followed by a delectable desert.

SWISS is the flag carrier for Switzerland and has hubs in both Zurich and Geneva.

By Mary D'Angelo

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