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Air France Introduces New Gourmet Delights at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport Lounges

Air France’s three long-haul lounges in Terminal 2E will feature dishes by Ducasse Paris, while the short and medium-haul lounge in Terminal 2F will feature gourmet dishes by Chefs François Adamski and Chloé Charles.

Fully Veggie 'Burgal' by Ducasse Paris Will be Available in the Three Long-Haul Lounges in Terminal 2E - Courtesy Air France

On Monday (September 19, 2022), Air France announced the introduction of new gourmet delights in the lounges at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG). The three long-haul lounges in Terminal 2E, halls K, L and M, will feature dishes from Ducasse Paris, including the fully veggie ‘Burgal’, which includes a vegan brioche bun, a vegetable and legume patty, spicy vegan mayonnaise with pickles and an aubergine caviar condiment. Ducasse Paris also offers a salad and signature condiment featuring unrefined produce with no added fat or sugar. For dessert, guests will enjoy an exclusive chocolate praline finger from the Manufacture Ducasse.

The short and medium-haul lounge in Terminal 2F will offer gourmet dishes created by Servair corporate Chef François Adamski, Bocuse d’Or and Meilleur Ouvrier de France (MOF) and the young and talented Chef Chloé Charles. For September 2022, Chef Adamski has prepared smoked shrimp with tangy sauce and seasonal vegetables, as well as shoulder of lamb with spices, reduced juiced and semolina with candied vegetables. Chef Charles will offer Camargue rice sautéed and flavored with West Indian spices and spring vegetable brunoise.

1) Smoked Shrimp with Tangy Sauce and Seasonal Vegetables; 2) Shoulder of Lamb with Spices, Reduced Juice, and Semolina with Candied Vegetables; 3) Camargue Rice Sautéed and Flavored with West Indian Spices and Spring Vegetable Brunoise.

Chefs François Adamski and Chloé Charles - Courtesy Air France

Air France welcomes Business Class and Flying Blue Elite Plus customers to their spacious and quiet lounges where they can relax, rest, eat or work in peace before their flight. Gastronomy is highlighted with rich and varied menu options with a focus on French cuisine. In the spirit of French bistros, a wide range of hot and cold dishes are available throughout the day, with cocktails, simmered casseroles, pancakes for breakfast and more. The lounges also offer special culinary events on a regular basis, along with a fine wine and champagne list created by Paolo Basso, the world’s best sommelier in 2013.

Source: Air France


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