SilkAir launches All-Time Favourites menu for Business Class

September 12, 2016

For those of you travelling on SilkAir’s Business Class, listen up because your ride just got sweeter. SilkAir, the full-service regional wing of Singapore Airlines has launched its All-Time Favourites menu comprising 20 meal options spanning Asian, Western and Singaporean cuisines, for flights leaving Singapore that are 3 hours and above. The meals are available for breakfast, lunch and dinner. To enjoy this option, Business Class travellers must book their intended All-Time Favourites meal at least 24 hours in advance via the SilkAir/SIA websites or via their travel agents. If not, you’ll just have to settle for the usual inflight meals.

And to help you wash it all down, freshly-squeezed orange juice and champagne will also be available, and on selected flights, Masala Tea also. Speaking of Masala Tea, that Masala Tea is really extraordinary. You must order it if it’s available on your flight. It’s spicy, it’s warming, it’s comforting, it’s enough to entice me to book a business class ticket to somewhere just so I can have more of it. It’s a pity it’s only available up in the skies because it’s so darn delicious!

Here is the list of the 20 All-Time Favourites dishes, scroll down if you want my recommendations on what to order.

SilkAir All-Time Favourites Dishes (All) 3


  • Beef Brisket
  • Fried Carrot Cake
  • Fried Hokkien Mee
  • Singapore Chicken Rice
  • Sliced Fish Congee


  • Baked Rosemary Chicken
  • Blueberry Pancakes
  • Braised Lamb Stew
  • Grilled Beef Tenderloin
  • Roasted Salmon Fillet


  • Assam Fish
  • Mee Rebus
  • Nasi Goreng
  • Roti Jala
  • Singapore Nasi Lemak


  • Chicken Tikka
  • Fish Biryani
  • Kal Dosai
  • Mutton Masala
  • Tandoori Chicken

SilkAir All Time Favourites Menu - Blueberry Pancakes

Blueberry Pancakes

In my opinion, it may be a good idea to skip the Western dishes as similar dishes are easily available as standard meals. Instead, your best bet might be to go for the curry dishes, as it is easy for curry dishes to retain their strong flavours even at high altitudes, and of course, textures are not an issue with curries.

SilkAir All Time Favourites Menu - Roti Jala

Roti Jala

SilkAir All Time Favourites Menu - Singapore Nasi Lemak

Singapore Nasi Lemak

Under the Muslim menu, Roti Jala was one of the dishes I enjoyed, where the bouncy texture of the ”crepes” contrasted nicely with the aromatic chicken curry and sambal prawns. The Nasi Goreng was also very enjoyable as the satay chicken was tender and flavourful.

SilkAir All Time Favourites Menu - Chicken Tikka

Chicken Tikka

SilkAir All Time Favourites Menu - Tandoori Chicken

Tandoori Chicken

For the Indian menu, needless to say, my favourites were the Mutton Masala and Chicken Tikka for the reasons given above. . But actually the Fish Briyani and Tandoori Chicken were quite good too.

SilkAir All Time Favourites Menu - Singapore Chicken Rice

Singapore Chicken Rice

SilkAir All Time Favourites Menu - Beef Brisket

Beef Brisket Noodles

For the Oriental menu, I would suggest going with the safe bet of Chicken rice or even the beef brisket as the carrot cake and the hokkien mee were a little on the gluggy side. Unfortunately, such dishes ought to be eaten immediately after being cooked, which is an impossibility when you’re talking about inflight meals.

SilkAir All Time Favourites Menu - Masala Tea

Masala Tea

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