LATAM airlines has launched its new culinary offering and wine list for passengers travelling in Premium Business and Premium Economy classes on international routes.
The new menu and wine list reflect the company’s commitment to showcasing the region’s produce and culinary culture to the rest of the world.
The new inflight menu incorporates local ingredients from each country where LATAM operates and features special dishes for each route. Attention has been paid to ensure that the quality and origin of the ingredients are respected, so that passengers can enjoy the best representation of the produce during their flight.
For its new wine list, LATAM Airlines renewed the selection in its premium cabin classes to feature original wines exclusively from Chilean and Argentinean producers. With wines from Uco and Salta in Argentina as well as from Colchagua and Limarí in Chile, the list represents the diversity of the region’s geography, terroir and growing conditions, with influences ranging from the arid Altiplano and the cool Pacific coast to mountains and valley plains.
LATAM flights departing from Oceania will have ingredients like Crayfish, Lamb and Tasmanian Salmon included in the premium class menus. New Zealand Premium Business and Premium Economy travellers can enjoy the following menu on LATAM flights:
• Grilled prawns, red quinoa salad with avocado and paprika oil
• Zucchini and basil soup
• Loin roast lamb, grilled polenta, fennel and green beans sautéed
• Grilled salmon with citrus, grapefruit with orange sauce and roasted pumpkin
• Salad with Prosciutto, bocconcini, asparagus, olives and a variety of lettuces
• Panna cotta with raspberry sauce
• Fruit selection
• OOB organic ice cream