Cathay Pacific Partners Black Sheep Restaurants to Launch New Economy-class Menu

Expect a rotating selection of globe-trotting dishes inspired by popular items served at Black Sheep’s 24 outlets.

Photo: Cathay Pacific

Cathay Pacific has teamed up with the Hong Kong hospitality group Black Sheep Restaurants to create a new economy-class menu on long-haul flights departing the city, with a rotating selection of globe-trotting dishes inspired by popular items served at Black Sheep’s 24 outlets.

Main courses so far include Mexican-style pulled pork with roasted pumpkin and brown rice (pictured here), and braised beef in red wine paired with green beans and lemon gremolata. The menu will be rolled out on regional routes at a later date.

More information here.

This article originally appeared in the December 2019/January 2020 print issue of DestinAsian magazine (“Airline News”).

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