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New gourmet dishes signed by Michelin-starred Chef Régis Marcon in La Première cabin

08/26/2014 | By Air France

Over the past few days, new dishes signed by Régis Marcon have been available in the La Première class cabin. These gourmet creations underline Air France's ambition to promote French fine cuisine around the world. Throughout August and September on long-haul flights departing from Paris, the triple-starred Chef is signing a range of à la carte dishes on board the Company's most prestigious cabin.

It's so good to enjoy an exceptional fine dining experience

Free-range chicken with black morels, brill and shrimp with chanterelle mushrooms, braised veal shank, etc. The new La Première menu features dishes inspired by the best French produce. In August and September 2014, five new exceptional dishes signed by the starred Chef Régis Marcon will be on offer successively. These new dishes enhance the elegant La Première menu.

By signing a range of dishes on the La Première menu, Régis Marcon continues his remarkable collaboration with Air France. Since April 2014, he has also been proposing gourmet dishes in the Business class cabin.
Régis Marcon has just one ambition – "to put nature onto your plate"

Recognized by his peers (Bocuse d'Or in 1995) and acclaimed by critics (with 3 Michelin stars), Régis Marcon proposes a series of newly-created dishes in the La Première and Business class cabins, elaborated together with the chefs of Servair, an Air France subsidiary and leader in airline catering.

A unique and passionate personality, Régis Marcon embodies a separate branch of French cuisine: more than just a style or an era, his cuisine above all symbolizes the nature that surrounds him and tells his story.
From Ardèche to Auvergne, Régis Marcon has plunged the roots of his cuisine in his family heritage, from which he's always taken the best to create an authentic cuisine.
Air France and the art of fine French cuisine

Air France is committed to providing a typically French fine cuisine experience in all its travel classes. With this unique legacy, the Company continues a tradition that values excellence, pleasure and exclusivity. Since 2009, Air France has been working with the Servair Culinary Studio chaired by Joël Robuchon. Throughout August and September 2014, the studio is inviting Régis Marcon as an exceptional guest to sign new dishes for the La Première cabin. The highlight of the trip, each delicious meal is created and served with passion to ensure customers discover new flavours illustrating French know-how across the world.

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