AirAsia India to Take In-Flight Dining Experience Next Level With Gourmair

Encouraging guests to travel with their tastebuds, ‘Gourmair’ blends Indian regional favourites and popular international dishes with innovative fusion food, served oven hot, 36,000 feet in the sky.

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  • In a bid to stay above the competition, AirAsia India has launched a new in-flight dining experience brand ‘Gourmair’.
  • AirAsia India’s new Gourmair menu features signature exclusives like a marinated herb grilled fish fillet with French velouté sauce.
  • The menu also introduces a Mysore Pak Cheesecake, amalgamating modern desserts with classic Indian sweet recipes.

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In a bid to stay above the competition, AirAsia India has launched a new in-flight dining experience brand, ‘Gourmair’. With Gourmair, the airline will bring a unique gourmet experience for its passengers 36,000 feet in the sky. AirAsia India will offer passengers up to 21 regional and international favourites to try from. Passengers will be allowed to pre-book their meals on the airline’s website or its Indian mobile application.

The new menu offers a wide range of hot meals in distinct sections, including MasterChef Specials, World's Finest, Regional Favourites, All-Day Breakfast, Healthy and Diabetic options, Seasonal Fruits; Lite Bites (Sandwiches and Rolls) and Delectable Desserts.

Encouraging guests to travel with their tastebuds, ‘Gourmair’ blends Indian regional favourites and popular international dishes with innovative fusion food, served oven hot, 36,000 feet in the sky. Each meal is prepared with the highest standards of hygiene and quality, an ethos of environmental and social responsibility, and a desire to set new standards in dining, in collaboration with the chefs of TajSATS, a joint venture between the Indian Hotels Company Limited (IHCL) & SATS Limited, catering to AirAsia India across its four hubs - Bengaluru, Delhi, Kolkata and Mumbai.

AirAsia India Gourmair Menu

AirAsia India’s new Gourmair menu features signature exclusives like a marinated herb grilled fish fillet with French velouté sauce, served with creamy mashed potato and sautéed vegetables; or the All-Day Breakfast cheddar and chives omelette with potato rosti, braised baked beans and hara bhara kebab. The MasterChef Specials section is curated exclusively for AirAsia India by MasterChef Kirti Bhoutika. It features an innovative Vegan Moilee MasterCurry, a unique take on the famous Kerala-style moilee curry prepared with tofu, cherry tomatoes, and zucchini, served with raw mango and coconut rice. The MasterChef Specials also include an innovative fusion dessert - Shôndesh Tiramisu, with hints of espresso and dark chocolate, layered with mascarpone cheese. The menu also introduces a Mysore Pak Cheesecake, amalgamating modern desserts with classic Indian sweet recipes; and features a wide range of vegetarian, pescetarian, poultry, eggetarian, vegan, Jain, healthy and diabetic options.

Speaking about the launch,  Siddhartha Butalia, Chief Marketing Officer, AirAsia India, said, “Our new dining brand and in-flight menu ‘Gourmair’ has been curated as a tour de force for the tastebuds. Catering to diverse culinary preferences and palates, Gourmair encourages diners to begin their travel experience in the sky and discover the diversity of cuisines from different cultures as they fly.  Having convection ovens in all our flights enables us to offer hot, healthy and fresh food, making for a wholesome and memorable travel experience. Being guest-obsessed drives us to deliver differentiated experiences, inspire new possibilities in every aspect of aviation and delight guests at every touchpoint in their journey.”

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