Singaporeans absolutely sure are blessed with approaches to get pleasure from aviation ordeals without flying any where. From Singapore Airlines’ Do it yourself at-property 1st course dining, to Singapore Airlines’ A380 cafe, to a cafe staffed by previous Singapore Airlines cabin crew, to glamping at Changi Airport, there is a lot to be loved.
Now there is yet a different interesting knowledge coming to Singapore…
Japan Rail Cafe offering Japan Airlines meals
Japan Rail Cafe is a travel-themed restaurant in Singapore. As you may guess centered on the identify, it has a individual concentrate on Japan and trains. The cafe serves all the things from Japanese foodstuff, to sake, to matcha lattes.
As claimed by Mothership, the restaurant will have something for avgeeks appear January. From January 2-31, 2021, Japan Rail Cafe and Japan Airways will be collaborating to provide inflight meals on the ground.
The foods will be well prepared by SATS, which is Japan Airlines’ inflight catering corporation in Singapore. Evidently only 600 meals will be offered the total thirty day period, so that comes out to an average of about 20 meals for every day.
I could see demand from customers for this getting large, and it’s not however acknowledged how just foods will be prioritized. Ideally they come up with a much better method than we have in the US for vaccine distribution.
What Japan Airlines meals will be on sale?
Meals will cost 23 SGD (~17 USD), and there will be a couple of alternatives, together with salmon miso yaki and rooster takiawase tamago. As you can see, they’ll arrive with sides, a dessert, and coffee or tea.
But wait, there is a lot more!
There won’t just be Japan Airlines inflight foods, but you are going to also be ready to acquire some Japan Airlines souvenirs, which includes Japan Airlines chopstick holders, which I oh-so-desperately want.
On weekends there will even be Singapore-based mostly Japan Airlines flight attendants demonstrating furoshiki present wrapping and the artwork of origami.
In January Japan Airlines will be collaborating with Singapore’s Japan Rail Cafe to serve inflight meals, market airline memorabilia, and have flight attendants on hand to interact with visitors.
As a geek I feel like these concepts are absolutely underrated, and like we really don’t genuinely get adequate of them in the US. Then once again, I’m not absolutely sure what this idea would look like in the US — cubed cheese and snack combine, and flight attendants educating the artwork of kicking people off planes? 😉
(Tip of the hat to SINJim)