SINGAPORE — The chime to mark the start of the in-flight announcement came on, but it was not to inform us that it was time to fasten our seatbelts to prepare for take-off.
Instead, the Singapore Airlines (SIA) cabin crew making the announcement cheekily said: “Our first in the world gastronomy journey will take approximately three hours… In the interest of your safety, you are to keep your seatbelts unfastened and place them on your side.”
This marked the start of my Restaurant A380 experience — which costs between S$53.20 and S$642 to embark on, depending on the cabin class.
I was among some members of the media who were invited to experience the dinner service on the business class on Saturday (Oct 24) — the first day it was opened to the public.
By Kissa Castañeda
October 25, 2020
Dining aboard the Singapore Airlines A380 is the closest thing we’ll get to flying, for now. And yes, it was a great way to dine.
So what is it like to dine aboard the Restaurant A380? Here’s the play by play:
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