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Fancy grilled chicken breast with mushroom sauce at 35,000 feet?
SpiceJet’s new menu promises a mouth-watering array of Indian and Continental vegetarian and non-vegetarian cuisine

Gurgaon, March 16, 2015: SpiceJet, the airline that has made flying more affordable for more Indians than ever before, has introduced an all-new range of delectable international cuisine to serve its patrons.

The new menu comprises of an exquisite range of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian cuisine. Cuisines from the North such as Chicken Makhanwala, Dal Makhani and Paneer Do Pyaza have been carefully juxtaposed against traditional South Indian favourites such as Mirch Ka Salan, Chicken Nilgiri, and Mixed Veg Chettinad in the lunch/dinner menu. And for patrons with a palate for Continental cuisine, the airline offers Grilled Chicken Breast with Mushroom Sauce and many other delectable meals.

For passengers wanting to grab a quick bite, the airline is offering a choice of lip-smacking club sandwiches such as Chicken Malai Tikka, Chicken Junglee, Spinach Corn and Cheese Slice. Some other snack choices in the new menu include Chicken Kathi Roll, Hariyali Paneer Tikka Kathi Roll, Masala Chole with Ajwain Kulcha/Spinach Parantha.

SpiceJet also has a lot to offer to patrons with sweet-tooth; brownie, dhodha burfi, and choco banana pie form a part of the dessert menu.

Mr. Sanjiv Kapoor, Chief Operating Officer, SpiceJet Ltd., said, “We are pleased to offer our all-new inflight menu. “Hot Meals, Warm Smiles” is what we offer, and is what differentiates us from other airlines. With the introduction of this new menu, the Spice is back in SpiceJet!”

Passengers have the option of pre-booking their meals while purchasing their tickets online, or anytime thereafter using the “Manage My Booking” option on spicejet.com upto 24 hours prior to their flight. By pre-booking, they will not only be assured the meal of their choice, they will also get a discount relative to on-board prices. Passengers with pre-booked meals will also be served first, ahead of other passengers.


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