Top chef Peter Goossens cooks for World Business Class
8 December 2011 | Smoked fillet of mackerel served on a salad of coconut, sesame and coriander, accompanied by herring caviar and creamed avocado with tzatziki … and this is only the starter of our new World Business Class menu.
Chef Peter Goossens has earned no less than 3 Michelin stars for Belgian restaurant Hof van Cleve.
As of now, you can enjoy his culinary creations on board your KLM flight. Peter has created the hors d’oeuvres, the 3 main courses and the desserts of our regular menu in World Business Class. To accompany these, Hof van Cleve sommelier Pieter Verheyde has selected some special wines.
Until April 2012, you will be able to enjoy the following menu on KLM flights departing from Amsterdam:
Smoked fillet of mackerel served on a coconut, sesame and coriander salad with herring caviar, sweet-and-sour vegetables and mackerel mousse. The starter is accompanied by a mixed salad and a garnish of tomato and creamed avocado with tzatziki.
Next, you can choose between 3 delicious main courses:
- Beef stew tartlet enhanced by brown beer gravy, celeriac mousseline, onion compote and pan-fried mushrooms, or
- Chicken fillet with Parmesan cheese, served with a morel mushroom sauce, green asparagus and risotto, or
- Pan-fried fillet of salmon with herb sauce, complemented with mashed potatoes with shallots, braised leeks and cauliflower risotto.
End your meal with a choice of rum cake with vanilla banana mousse, Macaron de Paris with red fruit compote, a cheese plate with Bresse Bleu and Old Amsterdam or seasonal fruit.
About Peter Goossens
Peter Goossens has been a top chef for over 20 years now. His Flemish roots form the most important basis for his culinary creations.
Peter uses mainly local produce and tends to follow the seasons. The restaurant has had 3 Michelin stars since 2005. In 2011, Peter Goossens was ranked number 15 of the world's top 50 chefs.
For KLM flights departing as from April 2012, Peter will create a new menu for World Business Class.