Thai Airways is launching the Michelin Star grade Street Food for its First Class passengers

Thai Airways is now set to launch Michelin Star street food, which is prepared by Jay Fai, for its both Royal Silk Class and Royal First class passengers.

Mr. Ekniti Nitithanprapas (third from left); Chairman of the Board of Directors o the Thai Airways International Public Company Limited, together with Mrs. Usanee Sangsingkeo (fifth from left); THAI Senior Advisor, and Mrs. Varangkana Luerojvong (second from left); Managing Director of THAI Catering has plan to launch for the first time Michelin Star Street Food menu from the streets of Thailand for their Royal Silk Class and royal First Class Passengers.

THAI Catering, Suvarnabhumi’s owner Jay Fai or Mrs. Supinya Junsuta (fourth from left); is the only street side restraint in Thailand to have received one Michelin Star. Her restaurant is located in Bangkok, Thailand and received its star in 2018. The restaurant is now in 2018 Michelin Guide of Thailand with their specialty “THAI’s Michelin Star Street Food Special Menu”.

Jay Fai the cook of this menu has selected only the best quality ingredients for the selection of this in-flight menu. She has paid very fine detail to every meal production. She has taken under consideration the factors like suitability of each flight along with flavor and ingredients to the liking of the passengers.

For this special in-flight menu and with the support of Government policy on agriculture; local raw ingredients such as spices, vegetables, seasonal fruits have been used.

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