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Malaysia Airlines Guests Set to Go Gourmet

Malaysia Airlines Guests Set to Go Gourmet & Celebrate in Style

New Zealand food lovers flying with Malaysia Airlines can now experience a new mouth-watering menu of dishes and celebrate special occasions in style following the launch of two feature services designed to delight local passengers.

Offered in Economy class only, the new MH Gourmet service allows guests to replace their complimentary meal with a delectable fine-dining feast including a gourmet main inspired by Malaysian, Japanese or Western cuisine, alongside an appetiser, dessert, chocolates and crunchy fresh bread.

Key dishes on offer include succulent braised beef cheeks, authentic chicken cordon bleu, zingy prawn piccata and rich beef rendang tok, with the whole package available for just RM49 (approximately NZ$18) from now until 3 July.*

Regional Senior Vice President of Malaysia Airlines, Lee Poh Kait, said the gastronomic deal extends on the exceptional cuisine and hospitality already provided by the award-winning airline.

“We know that New Zealanders love their food and this is a perfect complement to our Malaysian heritage which places huge importance on cuisine. This new service is part of our commitment to ensuring our guests have the best possible experience and a memorable journey,” said Mr Poh Kait.

Mr Poh Kait said that in response to customer demand, Malaysia Airlines has also introduced a sweet On Air Celebration** offering to help passengers capture special moments with loved ones while on board.

“Whether it’s a birthday, anniversary, honeymoon, wedding or trip to a bucket list destination, we can have the perfect celebratory cake created just for you with a personalised message of course,” he said.

MH Gourmet and On Air Celebration services are available from Kuala Lumpur to
destinations in Australia/New Zealand, Asia, North Asia, India and the Middle East.

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