As far as guilty pleasures go, in-flight food has to be up there. Stewed, stodgy stuff that resembles something you ate… once… maybe. Yet, it can be oddly delicious, right? Okay, maybe you need some convincing.
This Is How We Fly pop-up in Soho is trying just that by mocking up the full Air New Zealand in-flight experience across two floors for Londoners keen to know what it’s like being up in the air, Kiwi-style. And that includes dishing up in-flight dinner from the airline’s new menu that’s been put together by the Peter Gordon, celebrated executive chef and co-owner of London’s Providores and Tapa Room. Talk about an upgrade.
Better still, you’ll be able to try the in-flight menu free if you head along to the pop-up tomorrow, as part of their ‘try before you fly’ policy. You better not miss check-in, then.
This Is How We Fly is open at Unit London, 147 Wardour St, W1F 8WD, on Wed April 26, 9am-8pm. Free (it's first come, first served, so be prepared to queue).
Find out more here.
In other food news, Max's Sandwich Shop is bringing north London’s best sarnies to Dalston.