On our watch

Travel + Leisure Southeast Asia - - THE CONVERSATION -

Can air­plane food ever shake its bad rep? Thai Air­ways has an­nounced that Jay Fai, Bangkok’s only Miche­lin-starred street­food stall, will cu­rate a menu for first-class pas­sen­gers that em­pha­sizes fresh, high-qual­ity in­gre­di­ents. Air­lines have long been try­ing to step up the tin-foil mys­tery meats to more fine­din­ing fare—Qan­tas cel­e­brated its 20th year of col­lab­o­ra­tion with ac­claimed Aussie chef Neil Perry last year—but can an in-flight meal ever re­ally be on par to one from a restau­rant kitchen? Here are a few Asia-Pa­cific air­line plates we think make a strong case for the pos­i­tive.

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