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SWISS welcomes Canton Lucerne and top-notch gastronomy from the Park Hotel Vitznau aboard

SWISS is putting the Canton of Lucerne centre stage in the inflight cuisine on its long-haul  services from Switzerland from 2 March onwards. The airline’s latest ‘SWISS Taste of  Switzerland’ menus for its First and Business Class guests have been concocted by  starred chef Patrick Mahler of the Park Hotel Vitznau. In SWISS’s new Premium Economy  Class, too, the culinary offerings include specialities inspired by the Lucerne region. 

Starting on 2 March and for the next six months, Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) will be offering its First and Business Class guests on its long-haul services departing from Switzerland a range  of special menu delights under its award-winning ‘SWISS Taste of Switzerland’ inflight food and  

beverage programme. SWISS Taste of Switzerland is designed to present SWISS guests with the  full variety of Swiss cuisine, including regional cheese and wine specialities. The programme’s  latest aromatic and highly seasonal creations have been concocted by Patrick Mahler, the two Michelin-starred and 18-Gault&Millau-point chef de cuisine at the focus ATELIER fine dining  restaurant of the Park Hotel Vitznau in Canton Lucerne. 

Veal tenderloin with asparagus and Felchlin chocolate crémeux tartlet in First Class 

For SWISS’s First Class travellers Patrick Mahler has created a starter of marinated salmon trout  with wild herb cream, accompanied by smoked trout mousse. The choice of main courses extends to a veal tenderloin with morel jus, gnocchi romaine and green and white asparagus or a  cod fillet with mussel-beurre blanc and potato and lemon mousseline with caramelized chicory.  The SWISS First culinary experience is rounded off with a Felchlin chocolate crémeux tartlet with  cassis and black vanilla ice cream. 

The First Class food offerings are accompanied by a selection of regional cheeses including  Rotkäppli, Goldwäscher and Blaui Gibä and a 2020 Pinot Merlot red wine from the Brunner  winery. 

Pikeperch fillet with lemon beurre blanc and ‘Hiltl tartare’ in Business Class 

SWISS’s Business Class guests can enjoy Patrick Mahler’s marinated salmon trout with herb  emulsion and ponzu vinaigrette for their first course. Alternatively they may opt for the ‘Hiltl  tartare’, a vegetarian creation from the Hiltl restaurant in Zurich, SWISS’s long-standing partner for vegetarian inflight meals. The SWISS Business main courses are a further culinary treat, and  include a herb-stuffed chicken with shiitake mushroom jus, barley risotto and green asparagus or  a pikeperch fillet with lemon beurre blanc, fregola sarda and saffron fennel. For dessert Mahler  offers a white nougat mousse with sea buckthorn and hazelnut, while the regional Business Class  cheeses extend to an Entlebucher Bergrahmkäse and a Rotkäppli soft cheese. 

A further new culinary experience is provided in the ‘SWISS Bistro’ second service shortly before  landing, whose food range includes SWISS’s first-ever inflight offering of roasted planted chicken, in a Hiltl Caesar salad. 

Lucerne-style ‘Rindshacktätschli’ and Felchlin chocolate in Premium Economy Class 

SWISS is also offering guests in its new Premium Economy Class a food and beverage menu  inspired by regional specialities from Canton Lucerne on its services from Switzerland. The  choice of main courses here includes ‘Rindshacktätschli Luzerner Art’ – Lucerne-style beef  rissoles, which are served with potato gratin with Sbrinz cheese, broccoli and carrot. The  Premium Economy cheese course offers an Entlebucher Bergrahmkäse and a Swiss brie with  pear bread; and the meal is rounded off with a triple chocolate slice with Swiss Felchlin chocolate,  apricot compote and caramelized hazelnuts. 



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