Spanish airline Iberia has announced a new Mediterranean-themed food lineup, drawing on the experience of some of the country’s top chefs.
Emulating the top-notch German cuisine offered by Lufthansa and Air France’s gastronomic offering by Alain Ducasse, Iberia has invited a committee of culinary experts to come up with a new menu to be rolled out for business class passengers from June 1.
The chefs include Paco Roncero of Madrid’s La Terraza del Casino, RamÃ³n Freixa, the head of RamÃ³n Freixa Madrid, Caceres chef ToÃ±o PÃ©rez of Atrio and Malaga’s Dani GarcÃa, chef at Calima restaurant in Marbella.
Between them, the team have eight Michelin stars, leading Iberia to brand its planes “‘the first eight star restaurant in the world.'”