British Airways Pop-Up Resto Serves Food Inspired By Past In-Flight Menus

British Airways Pop-Up Resto Serves Food Inspired By Past In-Flight Menus
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Unique dining experience offers a trip back in time with dishes taken from BA menus dating back to 1948.

Emma Hutchings
  • 23 march 2012

British Airways are launching an exclusive airline-themed pop-up venue on Shoreditch High Street in London next month to celebrate British talent in the run up to the 2012 Olympic Games.

‘Flight BA2012’ will be open on select weekdays from April 4th-17th and guests can enjoy a three-course meal created by Michelin-star chef Simon Hulstone. Hulstone has produced a bold British menu inspired by the Olympic Games and BA in-fligh t menus dating back to 1948, under the guidance of Heston Blumenthal.

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