Kate Middleton and Prince William's airport meal costs a princely sum and is designed by a top Michelin starred chef. However, when you hear what it entails, you'll see why it has such a hefty price tag.
- Kate Middleton and Prince Williams airport meal at Heathrow airport is enjoyed at the highly luxurious Windsor Suite.
- The Michelin-starred chef Jason Atherton designs the stunning menu which features seasonal British produce and is served by a butler.
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Kate Middleton and Prince William's airport meal is just about as posh as you can get, and has the price tag to match. Although it's unknown if special consideration is made to take out the common foods royals can't eat, it's clear that the menu showcases the best of British produce.
HELLO! (opens in new tab) reports that the luxurious dining experience comes as a part of the Heathrow VIP (opens in new tab) service. The high-end company describes itself as, "a unique and luxurious service," that offers a, "seamless and memorable journey through Heathrow." Adding that theirs is the ultimate airport experience and is, "private, personal and exclusive."
Priya Malhotra, head of Heathrow VIP spoke to Business Insider (opens in new tab) back in 2018 about the service and said, "If you're looking at the movers and shakers and people leading our globe, these are the people using Heathrow VIP."
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Sounds pretty regal, right? Based in Terminal 5, the tucked-away dining experience includes stunning seasonal menu offerings like spiced sea bream with warm chickpea and samphire salad, BBQ pulled chicken with celeriac slaw, and steamed seabass with bergamot marmalade and pickled fennel.
Of course, a meal fit for royalty is best served by a butler and when you dine with Heathrow VIP, your meal is served to you by your own personal butler, and don't worry about leaving hungry or picking up the drinks tab.
"You can order from the menu as much as you want," explained the Heathrow VIP boss. "You can even order the entire menu and drink me out of Dom [Dom Perignon Champagne] — please do so, but I might be grumpy."
Once you're full up of your delicious meal and all the tasty drinks you can manage, you're whisked off to your flight in your own luxury private chauffeured vehicle. Well, no wonder they always look so refreshed after a flight!
Aoife is Junior News Editor at woman&home.
She's an Irish journalist and writer with a background in creative writing, comedy, and TV production.
Formerly Aoife was a contributing writer at Bustle and her words can be found in the Metro, Huffpost, Delicious, Imperica, EVOKE and her poetry features in the Queer Life, Queer Love anthology.
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