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Asian Menus - Premium Class Pre-Order Options
American Airlines offers traditional Japanese meals to First and Business Class customers who have pre-ordered them. If you are traveling in one of these Premium Class cabins between the U.S. and Japan, and wish to enjoy a traditional Japanese meal during your flight, please pre-order your meal by calling American Airlines reservations at 1-800-433-7300 in the U.S. and Canada, visit a local American Airlines ticket counter, or advise your travel agent. Please note that pre-ordered Japanese meals require a minimum of 24 hours advance notice of flight departure time.
If you did not pre-order a traditional Japanese meal, please enjoy a choice of Western and Japanese-fusion dishes, including entrees by our consulting chef, Sam Choy, a member of our culinary team. View Sam Choy's Creations.
Our transatlantic menus offer a taste of home and a taste of adventure, incorporating appetizers, salads, entrees, and desserts that reflect distinctive European and American tastes. Menu items from Europe to the U.S. are created with European ingredients and recipes. U.S. bound flights for Europe typically feature American cuisine.
In development of new entrees, we consult with our culinary team, a group of internationally acclaimed chefs, for inspiration. Our chefs provide us with valuable direction and creativity, as do our flight attendants and customers. With this direction, we create delicious entrees for our Premium Class customers to savor in-flight. Appetizers such as citrus-marinated scallops, and shrimp marinated in mojito sauce served with pineapple. Entrees such as lamb shank with an ale tomato sauce or tender lasagna with mushrooms and sausage; along with fresh seasonal vegetables to accompany many of the main dishes.
American Airlines also offers an exclusive Business Class meal service on our two-class Boeing 767 fleet on select flights between Europe and South America. Highlights in this service include: enhanced appetizer and salad courses, specially selected entrees, destination specific wine, and traditional ice cream sundaes with a selection of toppings.
Peanut Allergy — American recognizes that some passengers are allergic to peanuts. Although we do not serve peanuts, we do serve other nut products and there may be trace elements of unspecified peanut ingredients, including peanut oils, in meals and snacks. We make no provisions to be peanut-free. Additionally, other customers may bring peanuts on board. Therefore, we cannot guarantee customers will not be exposed to peanuts during flight and strongly encourage customers to take all necessary medical precautions to prepare for the possibility of exposure.