A Malaysian aircraft company has opened a café that sells the equivalent pre-packaged suppers it serves on flights.
AirAsia, which asserts its in-flight food is so great foodies will rush to eat it, fired presenting dishes, for example, roasted chicken with teriyaki sauce at a quick easygoing diner inside a shopping center in Kuala Lumpur Monday, as per CNN.
Going from the cabin to the food court isn’t only a trick, reps for the firm say. By 2025, the aircraft intends to open an aggregate of 100 cafés around the world.
“We have seen a significant appetite for our in-flight menu offerings beyond our flights across the region and this is our answer to that demand,” the company’s head supervisor Catherine Goh said in an official statement.
The eatery named Santan, interpreted as “coconut milk,” will sell a few dinners for just $3 a pop, utilizing a similar marking AirAsia utilizes on its plane menus.
Courses incorporate the aircraft’s mark Pak Nasser’s Nasi Lemak dish, which accompanies rice with bean stew sauce. It will likewise serve privately sourced espresso, teas and treats.
AirAsia honchos trust the nature of the company’s food, and its bigger arrangement to turn into a “lifestyle brand,” draws clients from western contenders, CEO Tony Fernandes has said in past meetings.