Singapore Airlines to Serve Ramen on Selected Japan Routes

First-class and business passengers will soon be able to enjoy delicious ramen onboard selected Japan routes including Haneda, Narita, and Osaka.

First-class passengers can order Keisuke Lobster Ramen (front) and Keisuke Tonkotsu Ramen (back).

If you’re traveling first-class or business with Singapore Airlines, you will soon be able to enjoy delicious ramen onboard selected Japan routes including Haneda, Narita, and Osaka.

This collaboration between the carrier and Singaporean restaurant Ramen Keisuke, which was founded by celebrity chef Keisuke Takeda, will run for a six-month duration starting next month.

To ensure that the quality and authentic flavors of the ramen are retained in a high-altitude environment, Singapore’s flag carrier carried out rounds of testing in both Singapore and Japan.

Prior to their flight, passengers can use the carrier’s online ‘Book the Cook’ service, which lets passengers choose from a selection of meals that aren’t available on the inflight menu.

On business-class flights, passengers can enjoy Keisuke Lobster Ramen (front) and Keisuke Tonkotsu Ramen (back).

These four specialty dishes will be on rotation for six months:

Keisuke Tonkotsu Ramen: Creamy pork broth with sliced pork, cloud ear fungus, and spring onion.

Keisuke Lobster Ramen: Rich lobster broth with sliced chicken, bamboo shoot, cloud ear fungus, leek, and yuzu.

Keisuke Miso Ramen: Creamy miso flavored pork broth with sliced pork, cloud ear fungus, and spring onion.

Keisuke Niboshi Ramen: Smoky dried sardine and pork broth with sliced pork, fish cake, bamboo shoot, and spring onion.

SIA’s senior vice-president customer experience, Mr Yeoh Phee Teik, said: “For the first time, Ramen Keisuke’s signature ramens will be served to customers at 30,000 feet, bringing the taste of authentic Japanese comfort food from the ground to the air.”

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