Qantas’ latest incarnation of their domestic menu took to the skies last week on 27 October, featuring local Australian suppliers and freshly sourced ingredients. There’s a new range of breakfast items, main dishes, snacks and refreshments, all inspired by Neil Perry’s Rockpool.
In welcome news, the changes include an increase in the hot food offerings on domestic Economy flights over breakfast and lunch.
For breakfast, the most important meal of the day, you can look forward to Sunny Queen Farms omelettes, or a variety of flavours from the Ruby & Roy’s yoghurt range including mango, raspberry and pomegranate, passionfruit and pineapple, and marmalade.
At dinner time, the portions have been plussed by up to 50% to be considerably more substantial than before, and Qantas claims you can expect both a higher quality meal and standard of service. There’s Korean BBQ chicken on the menu, quinoa and coconut salad, or smoked salmon and veggies.
New snacks are ready for passengers during morning flights from Springhill Farm or Dreamtime Tuka, and during evening and afternoon services there are savoury packs from Perfection Fresh containing olives and feta.
When can you expect to be served these different options? Lunch will commence from 12pm, and prior to that passengers in Business will enjoy a brunch offering, while Economy Class passengers will have the morning snack option.