JetBlue Launches New Food Menu With New York Legacy Records For Mint Cabin – Robb Report

Your dining experience in friendly heaven just got a little more enjoyable.

JetBlue announced in November 2020 a two-year partnership with Soho-based Delicious Hospitality Group to enhance its food menus for Mint business cabins. So far, menu items produced by the group have been influenced by establishments in its portfolio, such as Soho-based Charlie Bird and Italian restaurant Pasquale Jones in Nolita.

Starting in August, the airline will launch its third new selection of Mediterranean-style dishes from Legacy Records in Midtown Manhattan.

The menu will feature a rotation of small plates ranging from a crab fregola salad to a savory roast chicken. All food served on board is prepared exclusively for JetBlue and its Mint customers to bring a New York-style dining experience to the flight.

In addition to new and improved meals, customers will be able to enjoy a renewed assortment of international wines to accompany their dish.

Roast chicken dish from Mediterranean-style restaurant Legacy Records.

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“When we developed JetBlue Mint, our refreshing approach to premium travel, we wanted to work with like-minded partners who are experts in their own fields. As an airline, we know airplanes, but we are not restaurant hospitality experts,” said Mariya Stoyanova, director of product development at JetBlue, in a statement sent to Robb report.

“[DHG] helped us elevate the whole in-flight catering and hospitality experience. Their passion for detail and quality is evident at every touchpoint of their restaurants, and we are thrilled to partner with their team to bring that same hospitality and culinary aesthetic to the skies.

The menu will be available for all flights with Mint cabins until the end of the year. Expect to see more dishes appear on flights as guest restaurants rotate through the ongoing partnership.

The work of great chefs has long been discovered in the air. Air France has collaborated for years with many great French chefs, including Daniel Boulud, Joel Robuchon and Alain Ducasse, for example, while Qatar Airways has been part of a star-studded line-up including Nobu Matsuhisa, Tom Aikens and Vineet Bhatia. All at the same time.

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