9 delicious menu items served on Qantas international flights

Poached salmon salad with Chinese cabbage, cucumber and sesame soy dressing

Cabin: Business


Red curry of duck with grilled eggplant, stir fried beans and fragrant rice

Cabin: Business

Poached maple salmon salad with lentils, beetroot, dill potatoes and pomegranate

Cabin: Premium Economy

Chicken schnitzel and Swiss cheese toasted sandwich with coleslaw

Cabin: Premium Economy

A customer favourite and mainstay on the menu due to its popularity

Kolhapuri style lamb with basmati rice, cucumber, coconut and cashew relish

Cabin: First

Poached chicken salad with radish slaw and pistachio dukkah

Cabin: Business

Rockpool Bar & Grill style beef fillet with potato and cabbage gratin, green beans and your choice of horseradish, hot English mustard or seeded mustard

Cabin: First

Barista in the Sky

Cabin: A380 First and Business

Melbourne is known for its quality coffee, and so is Qantas. Its cabin crew’s Barista in the Sky training is a hands on Barista Course run by Vittoria at their Coffee College in NSW, Australia. The cabin crew learn about coffee beans, the roasting process, and how to make the perfect espresso including latte art.

Self-Service Snacks

Cabin: Business, Premium Economy and Economy

In between meals and craving a snack before you land in Australia? The self-service snack area is packed with tasty treats and is open whenever the plane is at cruising altitude.

The menu on Qantas flights from London to Melbourne forms a restaurant in the sky dining experience at 33,000 feet.

No airline is more committed to food quality than Qantas, which continues a longstanding partnership with renowned Australian, Qantas Consulting Chef Neil Perry and the Rockpool team to design and inspire the dishes served inflight.

The two-leg journey that connects the UK with Victoria leaves you plenty of time to delight in Qantas’ outstanding meals. Menus in First and Business are seasonal and showcase the best ingredients of the season, while the menus in Premium Economy and Economy are updated regularly to reflect modern food trends. Dishes are designed using ingredients that are sourced locally from the port or the surrounding region.  Click through the slideshow on the left to see a few samples of recent meals that have been served on flights between London and Melbourne.

Don’t just take our word for it.  UK followers of the Visit Melbourne Facebook page had this to say about Qantas’ acclaimed inflight food:

I love Qantas, best airline and best refreshments, I am well travelled and speak from experience.

Dave Nova Wainwright

Love the snack bar idea!

Paulene Devereux

I may just have to ‘check in’ and try those 9 Qantas options!!!

Jay Charles

To experience the Qantas difference for yourself, head to the Qantas website for the latest information on fares and availability for flights to Melbourne.


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