KLM renews cooperation with leading Dutch chef Jonnie Boer
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has announced the renewal of its cooperation with leading Dutch chef Jonnie Boer. From now until October 26, 2015, KLM will be serving meals created by the leading three-star chef in World Business Class on flights departing from Amsterdam.
KLM has been serving World Business Class meals created by leading Dutch chefs for several years now, and continues to invest in its service on board by working with leading chefs and sommeliers. Past menus have been created by Sergio Herman, Richard Ekkebus, Mario Ridder and Richard van Oostenbrugge.
“KLM is pleased to be cooperating again with Jonnie Boer. Our World Business Class passengers greatly appreciated the meals he created in 2010. This acclaimed three-star chef fits in well with KLM. Jonnie has developed three brilliant menus for the coming nine months,” said Paul Elich, Executive Vice President KLM Inflight Services.
Together with his wife Thérèse, Boer owns Restaurant De Librije in Zwolle. This three-star restaurant is ranked amongst the world’s top 50. Thérèse is the restaurant’s hostess and sommelier. In addition to the restaurant, Jonnie and Thérèse also own the Librije’s Shop, Librije’s Hotel and Librije’s Atelier cookery and wine academy.
“We are honoured to be cooperating with KLM in this exceptional manner. In close cooperation with the KLM team, we provide an amazing culinary experience of the highest level,” said Jonnie and Thérèse Boer.