Hawaiian Airlines is jumpstarting travelers’ vacation plans by bringing the spirit and authenticity of the Aloha State into the air with locally sourced cuisine.
In partnership with the Hawaiian community and award-winning executive chefs Wade Ueoka and Michelle Karr-Ueoka, Hawaiian Airlines’ is taking their in-flight menu offerings to the next level. With a wide selection of options, travelers can indulge in savory island-inspired dishes and sweet desserts crafted by one of the premier pastry chefs in Hawaii.
Read on to get a taste of Hawaiian Airlines’ new inflight meals before catching your next flight.
West Coast Cities
First Class passengers flying from west coast cities to Hawaii are served brunch, lunch, dinner, dessert and late-night snack options. For brunch, travelers can enjoy a fresh fruit bowl, a warm croissant with butter and jam, a mushroom and cheese omelet, pork sausage and roasted potatoes. Lunch and dinner start with tofu salad and a soy mustard vinaigrette followed by the option of beef pot roast with wasabi sour cream, mixed vegetables and roasted potatoes, or roasted vegetables with curry sauce. The late-night snack options include Misoyaki eggplant dip with crostini, ginger chicken fried rice, or fresh seasonal fruits. And to top it all off, travelers can indulge in chocolate and lilikoi frangipane by Executive Chef Michelle Karr-Ueoka for dessert.
Main Cabin passengers flying from west coast cities to Hawaii can also get a taste of the island-inspired meals. In the morning, travelers can enjoy an egg sandwich with green onion and cheddar cheese followed by a chicken pesto sandwich and chips for lunch and dinner. The late-night snack option is a Pau Hana Snack Mix and beverage.
East Coast Cities
First Class passengers flying from Boston (BOS) and New York (JFK) to Hawaii are offered similar menu items. The first course is a tofu salad with soy mustard vinaigrette followed by the option of beef pot roast with wasabi sour cream, mixed vegetables and roasted potatoes, or roasted vegetables with a curry sauce. The dessert course includes chocolate and lilikoi frangipane by Executive Chef Michelle Karr-Ueoka paired with the option of coffee, tea or liqueur.
Main cabin passengers are served vegetable and cheese paella coupled with coleslaw and a sesame dressing, and a special sweet treat for lunch and dinner. For a light snack, passengers can enjoy an egg, hummus and tomato sandwich with Pau Hana Snack Mix.
But don’t worry, these aren’t the only cities lucky enough to get a taste of Hawaii in the sky. Hawaiian Airlines also services flights to and from Orlando (MCO), Austin (AUS), Japan (KIX, NRT), Seoul-Incheon (ICN) and South Pacific (PPT).
Bring your appetite onboard because you don’t want to miss this award-winning dining experience.
Click here to view the full-length menu options for each flight and airport location.
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