Three Michelin star chef to provide meals for KLM business class cabin

Three Michelin star chef to provide meals for KLM business class cabin

Dutch airline KLM will soon give its premium passengers a taste of one of the Netherlands' finest culinary establishments, according to PAX International.

Passengers in the World Business Class cabin will be able to enjoy meals designed by leading chef Jonnie Boer, who operates Restaurant de Librije in the city of Zwolle with his wife Therese. Restaurant de Librije has received three Michelin stars and is reportedly ranked in the top 50 dining establishments worldwide.

The meals will be served on all intercontinental flights departing from KLM's hub at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol until the end of September 2011. Therese Boer, a master sommelier, has also selected a range of wines that will be made available alongside her husband's food.

"It was a great adventure to create meals for KLM," Jonnie Boer told the source. "As always, we have produced beautiful and pure dishes of high quality, all of which has given rise to lovely combinations of food and wine. We are delighted with this opportunity to give KLM passengers a taste of our culinary abilities."

By Mary D'Angelo

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