“People expect their vacation to begin right away,” says Christophe Langrée, the chef of Le 10 in Saint-Germain-en-Laye in France.
And now, for a chef who earned his Michelin star heading Le Clos du Chanoine in France’s Saint-Maloe region before cooking for the French prime minister, that means cooking something delicious for you to eat during your flight.
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Despite a sudden surge in carriers bringing back the art of inflight dining, airplane food doesn't have the best reputation. But Langrée has been committed to improving the experience ever since he partnered with La Compagnie, a French business class-only carrier, three years ago.