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Enjoy the elaborated long haul Business Class services variety of international dishes infused with home grown ingredient and tests of Ethiopian cuisine prepared by our top chiefs making your journey pleasurable on air.
Choose from variety of non-alcoholic and alcoholic drinks, fine wines served with Ethiopian ‘Kolo’, the crunchy roasted barely or biscuit crackers to keep you refreshed. Choose through the selection video, audio, games and more of the inflight entertainment programs.
Whether you want to continue with more drinks and snacks, watch a movie, read or rest, press the button on the control panel to your preferred position and relax on our B777, B787 and A350.
The menu which consists of carefully prepared appetizers, test of Ethiopian national dishes, creamy yet healthy meals served portioned on board, followed by the cheese fruit and desert selection is completed with the well renowned Ethiopian coffee, tea, espresso or cappuccino along with a complementary chocolate. The plates and glasses are placed on the table to create the best dining experience.
You will be met by the traditional Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony Station at the exclusive C9 lounge located at Addis Ababa Airport Terminal. The lounge offers our Business Class passengers and their eligible companions with variety of food and drinks, an open bar, a relaxation room, a business center and a free internet access to relax before your trip.
If you missed a chance to visit Ethiopia, we invite you to test the colorful and delicious cuisines. The national cuisines is wot which is a mixture of meats, vegetables, spices and sauces, served along flat bread called Injera.
Injera, the base of almost every meal is made from the indigenous cereal called ‘Teff’ which is high in nutritional value that comes in a darker and lighter version and the best cuisine for vegetarians and vegans, gluten and lactose-free eaters. Teff is eaten in numerous forms including some of the bread and cake selection here.
Ethiopians eat their meal with their hands; this is done by tearing off some Injera and using it to scoop up some wot and then eats all of it.
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