When it comes to in-flight dining, we do love options, so here is an overview of each tray:
· Dutch Tradition starts with a beef salad with ham-wrapped asparagus and the main marries hotchpotch and authentic Dutch sausage with gravy, and a selection of cheese to finish. Think more than just gouda or edam.
· Japanese Delight allows passengers to have a sample of the refined tastes starting with sushi and a main with teriyaki chicken and a soba noodle salad.
· Bella Italia starts with a veal rib-eye salad with a rich tomato sauce, a main of risotto primavera with lots of fresh veggies. Not going to liewe are most excited about the tiramisu dessert.
· Indonesian rice dish offers a traditional noodle salad and, of course, chicken sate for a starter. The main is a sweet and spicy rice dish called ikan bumbu rujak nasi served with hot chili sauce. For the sweet tooth, an Asian fruit salad with sweet soy and chili flakes.
· Vegetarian plate features a falafel and mango salad with chevre-stuffed apricots to start. For a main, there's option of black-eyed peas with braised spinach and pumpkin.
All of these options are in addition to regular rostered menu items, but they do require a bit of forethought to order: at least 45 hours prior to flying. KLM does also offer online refunds if your meal is not available; hopefully this doesn't happen if you've been drooling over the promise of tiramisu.