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Three-Michelin-Starred Chef Will Host Pop-Up Restaurant on an Airplane

Chef Andreas Caminada to take airline food to new heights.

Chef Andreas Caminada, of Switzerland's three-Michelin-starred restaurant Schloss Schauenstein (which also happens to be ranked #43 on the World's 50 Best Restaurants list) is launching a pop-up restaurant in an unlikely place: on board an airplaneSwiss International Air Lines announced the one-off pop-up meal will take place during a late-November flight from Zurich to New York City, with Caminada and his staff cooking for "all passengers," from first-class to economy.

A series of preview videos highlight some of Caminada's beautifully plated dishes, but it's unclear what the flight's specific pop-up menu will entail. But undoubtedly, any airline food from a Michelin-starred chef will look better than Lufthansa's Air Food One meal delivery service, all for a price more reasonable than this man's $18,000 luxury flight.

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