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Alaska Airlines is bringing back some of the most beloved dishes served in First Class this month through spring 2024. The Greatest Hits menu is made up of favorites selected by passengers and crew. Of the 35 First Class entrees, two dozen are returning, including the Jerk Chicken with Coconut Curry Fried Rice and Kalbi Beef in a Korean BBQ sauce.
In addition to bringing back the classics, Alaska is also launching new dishes, including the Steak & Shrimp and Mediterranean Lentils.
Todd Traynor-Corey, Managing Director of Guest Products at Alaska Airlines, said:
Part of redesigning our menu every few months means trying new entrees and saying goodbye to old ones. But there is always a meal that guests can’t wait to eat again and don’t want to see go. We looked back at what entrees guests and our crews loved the most over the years and built a menu around our top favorite Alaska dishes.”
Guests in the Main Cabin will also be able to pre-order the Chicken Curry Wrap and the popular Beets So Fly Salad in the near future.
As I wrote about last month, Alaska Airlines and Stumptown Coffee Roasters are partnering for an exclusive coffee blend to be enjoyed at 30,000 feet. The new medium-dark brew will be fully rolled out by December. Alaska will also offer a new oat milk creamer and Portland-based Stash Tea’s English Breakfast, Super Mint, and Premium Green flavors.
Anthony’s Take: This menu looks great. I wish other carriers would offer such a robust selection of dishes. Kudos, Alaska.
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