How awesome is flying prestige business class? Complimentary slippers, blanket, pillow and travel kit containing everything from face cream to eye gel and even a brush! Oh, and they were offering guava juice…I became a guava juice junkie on this trip. LOL!
The other thing about prestige class on Korean Air is that they keep the food coming No starving on this flight! Lunch was a 6 course event. Literally. They bring out a tray with a cloth napkin, real silverware, a nice menu…they take your entree order and then you just cool your heels and wait for them to bring on the first course!
Pre-Drink Service: Herb Cream Cheese rolled with Roasted Zucchini and Eggplant. I would have liked it to be a bit warmer, but it sufficed. I love cream cheese…how can this go wrong?
Appetizer: Seared Tuna with Soy Sesame Dressing. Wow. Extravagance. Literally, I was wondering how I was going to finish this and then eat the rest of the food to come…haha! It was well cooked, the dressing was yummy, and I was quite happy.
Soup: Tomato Cream Soup with a Breadstick. Oh, my….I loved this soup! I am not always the biggest fan of tomato soup, but I think that’s why I enjoyed this one. It was more savory and earthy than a straight up tomato soup. With a pinch of salt & pepper is was quite nice
Grilled Beef Tenderloin with Thyme Red Wine Sauce served with Potato, Broccoli, Cauliflower, Cherry Tomato & Patty Pan Squash. I was impressed that they actually got my steak cooked to medium rare..just like I asked! As for the veggies…well, there’s only so much airline food can aspire to be…but it really wasn’t that bad 🙂
So, to start off the winding down portion of the meal I got some Camembert & Danish Blue Cheese accompanied by some Cream Crackers and Green and Purple Grapes. How’d they know I love cheese??
Whew! Thank goodness for some Coffee 🙂
For dessert I opted for the Raspberry Mousse Cake. What a nice way to end off a perfectly nice airline meal 🙂
Ahh~~ filling my tummy up as we start a long flight….not a bad way to begin the trip!