December 3 2013  |  Catering

Sergio Herman menus now on KLM

By Rick Lundstrom

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines began serving meals developed by Chef Sergio Herman December 1 in World Business Class.

This is the second time that KLM has teamed up with chef, who owns and runs the restaurants Oud Sluis in Sluis, Pure C in Cadzand and The Jane in Antwerp. The meals will be part of the airline’s menu until September 2014.

“It is an honor to be asked to create menus for KLM’s World Business Class a second time,” said Herman. “I worked with my chefs Nick Bril of The Jane and Syrco Bakker of Pure C to create varied menus that have our specific touch and reflect the dishes served at our restaurants.”

On his website, Herman announced that the three Michelin-starred Oud Sluis would be closing December 23.

“KLM is very pleased with this new partnership with Sergio Herman. This Dutch master chef is a perfect match with KLM, because his dishes are rooted in Dutch tradition, but also have an international flair,” said Paul Elich, KLM’s Executive Vice President Inflight Services, “Our top chefs keep taking us to greater heights, developing superb menus for our WBC passengers.”

KLM works with leading Dutch chefs for its meals for its World Business Class passengers. Previously, KLM served meals created by Jonnie Boer, Richard Ekkebus and Onno Kokmeijer. Sergio Herman’s previous dishes for KLM proved so popular that the partnership has been renewed.

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