Lufthansa unveiled a new culinary concept created especially for the airline's U.S. market. The new menus, which will be served in First and Business Class, go into effect in May. Since the selections are specific to the corresponding region, Lufthansa is able to use locally sourced ingredients for a truly authentic, homegrown experience. Among the offerings:
From the West, Cioppino, a seafood ragout with tomato and saffron known to every connoisseur on the Pacific Coast;
Passengers flying from Midsouth gateways to Germany can look forward to a smoked, grilled fillet of beef with spicy chili sauce;
Italian influences are reflected in menu items served from Northeast and Midwest gateways, such as fresh pastas stuffed with artichokes;
Traditional seafood "cartoccio" will be served on flights departing from the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic
Visit www.lufthansa.com for more information on Lufthansa cuisine.