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United Revamps In-Flight Menu, Adds New Vegetarian Option

March 09, 2019
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United Revamps In-Flight Menu, Adds New Vegetarian Option
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United Airlines has updated its on-board food offerings for passengers. The in-flight menu now has updated items available, including a new vegetarian option, and a refresh to the popular burger. These new Bistro on Board options are currently available on most domestic flights of three hours or more departing between 9:45am and 8pm and cost $10.

For the vegetarian passenger, United is changing the Mezze Sampler. The new dish will feature a Greek-style ancient grain salad served with roasted tomatoes, cucumbers, kale, peppers and red onions. All served with side of hummus, falafel and flatbread.

The Mezze Sampler. Image by United Airlines

Another new addition to the menu will be a Chicken and Bacon Wrap. The wrap will have roasted chicken strips, bacon, green onion, Cheddar Jack cheese, a Monterey Jack sauce and ranch dressing, served in a grilled Southwestern-style tortilla.

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Chicken and Bacon Wrap. Image by United Airlines

The airline is also giving a refresh to a customer favorite, the cheeseburger. The burger will now be served on brioche bread with fontina cheese. Sir Kensington's ketchup, mustard and a chipotle mayo will be served along side the burger.

UA Cheeseburger. Image by United Airlines.

On the snack front, passengers can now expect to find Lillie's Q Buttermilk Sweet Onion Kettle Chips, Classic Think Jerky Grass Fed Beef Jerky, and Dipin classic hummus served with baked pita chips. The new Snack Shop options are available 24 hours a day on most domestic flights over 90 minuets.

Featured Photo by Alberto Riva/TPG

Featured image by A United Airlines Boeing 787-9 takes off from LAX in April 2016. (Photo by Alberto Riva/TPG)