Malaysia Airlines brings yee sang.
From now until Jan 31, the national carrier is treating guests to delectable festive dishes on selected flights to Hong Kong, Daxing (Beijing), Shanghai and London.
Malaysia Airlines group chief marketing and customer experience officer Lau Yin May said the carrier wants to make the CNY journey more special for travellers.
“Serving the festive menu perfectly complements our Fly Malaysia campaign that allows visitors to experience the taste of truly Malaysian cultural heritage dishes, such as the yee sang, be it on ground or at 30,000 feet,” she said.
Business Suite and Business Class passengers will be served an appetiser of yee sang with salmon tataki or jelly fish, steamed cod fish with red date, ginger and shiitake mushroom or a choice of vegetable balls with ginkgo nut, braised pak choy with mushroom, served with steamed rice as main course.
Economy Class passengers will also enjoy an appetiser of yee sang with jelly fish served with a choice of deep fried fish cube with broccoli mushroom and steamed rice or chicken with sesame sour plum sauce with oriental mixed vegetables and egg fried rice as the main dish.
Visitors to the airline’s lounges in the aforementioned airports will also get to sample some special festive dishes.