Hong Kong Airlines Offers Hoi King Heen’s Signature Dishes in Business Class

Hong Kong Airlines has elevated its business class experience with the introduction of dishes from the city’s iconic Hoi King Heen restaurant.

Hong Kong Airlines will signature dishes by Hoi King Heen, an award-winning Chinese restaurant helmed by executive chef Leung Fai Hung at InterContinental Grand Stanford Hong Kong, to its Business Class passengers until November, bringing authentic Cantonese cuisine to the airline’s premium customers.

Chef Leung has crafted special co-branding menus, featuring more than 15 of his signature dishes for Business Class travellers on all Hong Kong Airlines flights departing from Hong Kong. The menus are authentic Cantonese dishes at heart, with additional elements including seasonal ingredients.

Business Class customers will be able to sample some of Hoi King Heen’s signature dishes, including braised beef brisket stuffed in pear; steamed spotted garoupa fish ball with pumpkin sauce; and deep-fried chicken with lemongrass, ginger, and preserved mandarin orange peel.

Hong Kong Airlines is based in Hong Kong, with its main hub at Hong Kong International Airport. It was established in 2006 as a member of the HNA Group and flies to more than 30 regional and international destinations in Asia and North America using both passenger and cargo aircraft.

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