Triple Michelin-starred Chef for Air France
Air France has entrusted its entire La Premiére menu to the triple Michelin-starred French Chef Arnaud Donckele. His menu has been created especially for guests traveling in the airline’s most exclusive cabin and will be available from July to October from Paris-CDG.
Chef Donckele created an appetizer, a starter and seven main dishes for Air France, which will be revealed progressively over the next four months. The menu includes vegetarian, meat and fish dishes. Arnaud Donckele mixes the subtle flavors of Provence, creating a mosaic of tastes and colors, inviting guests on a gourmet journey through the Mediterranean.
Chef Arnaud Donckele was born in 1977 and is the grandson of a farmer and son of delicatessen owners. He began his apprenticeship with Gourmand Prunier in Paris, which then enabled him to work in some of the finest kitchens in Paris. In 2013, Arnaud Donckele was awarded three Michelin stars, making him one of the youngest chefs to receive the prestigious distinction. Now he took up residence in the kitchens of the gourmet restaurant at the famed Cheval Blanc Hotel in Paris.