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“Taste of the Bernese Oberland” Boards SWISS

Submitted by on December 5, 2018 – 8:20 amNo Comment

SWISS Bernese MenuBeginning today (December 5, 2018), SWISS brings the cuisine of the Bernese Oberland aboard its flights for First and Business travelers on long-haul air routes.

The latest chapter in the “SWISS Taste of Switzerland” inflight food Concept runs through the beginning of March 2019.

Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) has been showcasing top regional cuisine from all over the country since 2002.

SWISS First costumers can look forward to a starter of Bernese cheese rolls filled with herb quark and a main course of saddle of vension with spaetzle and glazed chestnuts, or halibut fillet with white wine sauce, served with a potato and leek ragout. And for dessert? tarte au vin cuit with plum compote.

Business Class travelers can look forward to a starter of yogurt and sour cream terrine with prawns and a cucumber carpaccio, while the main course choices include a char fillet with calamansi beurre blanc served with mashed potato and braised beef brisket with parsnip purée. There’s a nougat slice with toasted hazelnuts and marinated oranges for dessert.

The Bernese Oberland also brings highlights aboard on the cheese front. In addition to selected Bernese Alpkäse varieties, SWISS First guests will be offered Tomme Rougemont, and SWISS Business customers will be able to choose from Bernese Alpkäse, Hobelkäse and a Weichkäse from the Gerzensee.

All the regional wines for this latest SWISS Taste of Switzerland installment have been sourced from the Lake Biel region. SWISS First customers will be offered a Chasselas white from the Steiner winery in Schernelz-Village and a Maganoir Auberson, a red assemblage by Auberson & Fils of La Neuveville. SWISS Business travelers can enjoy two wines from the City of Bern’s La Neuveville vineyard: a Chasselas (Schafiser Bielersee AOC Chasselas) white and a Pinot Noir (Schafiser Bielersee AOC Pinot Noir) red.

Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) is “The Airline of Switzerland”, serving more than 100 destinations in 43 countries worldwide from Zurich, Geneva and Lugano, and carrying some 17 million passengers a year with its 90-aircraft fleet. SWISS is part of the Lufthansa Group, and is also a member of Star Alliance.

(Photo courtesy of SWISS)


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