Contemporary cuisine that is rich in contrasts
First and Business Class passengers on long-haul flights from Germany in January and February 2010 can look forward to sophisticated menus created by Nils Henkel.
A top German chef in Shanghai
Born in Hildesheim in 1966, star chef Stefan Stiller learnt his cooking skills from the bottom up, working in leading restaurants such as the ‘Fürstenhof’ in Celle and the ‘Goldener Pflug’ restaurant in Cologne, which at the time had three Michelin stars.
The culinary World Cup
Holger Stromberg is currently devoting much of his time to the wellbeing of Germany’s national football team.
Bach without a score
Bernard Bach’s Michelin-starred restaurant is located in the little village of Pujaudran, not far from the Airbus plant in Toulouse.
Ten years of Lufthansa Star Chefs
In September and October 2010 our passengers can enjoy a menu which has been chosen in advance online by frequent flyers.
The salt of the earth - Marc Fosh
Marc Fosh, the British star-winning chef who is extremely successful in Majorca with his exceptional recipes, will be the Star Chef on long-haul flights from Germany in November and December 2010.
‘Simple and ingenious’ - Léa Linster
During January and February 2011 Luxembourger Léa Linster, as our Star Chef, will be responsible for the culinary service in First and Business Class on long-haul flights from Germany.
An all-round talent - David Burke
During March and April 2011 David Burke will be spoiling First and Business Class passengers on long-haul flights from Germany with his unusual culinary creations.
Successfully blending two culinary worlds - Wahabi Nouri
German haute cuisine spiced with a distinct pinch of Morocco - this best sums up the exceptional dishes created by Wahabi Nouri, our Star Chef for the months of May and June.
Star Chef Roland Schmid takes to the air
Holder of 17 Gault Millau points, Swiss chef Roland Schmid will delight our First and Business Class passengers with his sophisticated dishes in July and August.
Anna Matscher - from hobby chef to Michelin star
When Anna Matscher, a trained massage therapist who cooked as a hobby, took over the Matscher family inn ‘Zum Löwen’ in Tesimo, Italy, with her husband 22 years ago, they both faced an undreamt of challenge.
Douce Steiner - a chef with elegance and passion
Classical elegance with influences from seasonal French cuisine - that best describes the culinary art of German chef Douce Steiner. In November and December, this exceptional chef will be treating our First and Business Class passengers to her elegant menus on long-haul flights from Germany.
Two Star Chefs for the price of one
In January and February 2012, twins Thomas and Mathias Sühring will be responsible for the Star Chef menus in our premium classes on long-haul flights from Germany.
The culinary variety of the Rheingau
Patrik Kimpel is the Lufthansa Star Chef in March and April 2012.
In the kitchen and on the high seas...
one is entirely at the mercy of Stefan Wilke – and no-one has ever regretted it!
‘C’est la vie’
In July and August Thomas Bühner will be enhancing the in-flight service in our First and Business Class as the Lufthansa Star Chef on long-haul flights from Germany.
A wanderer between many worlds
As our Star Chef in September and October, we were able to persuade Armin Leitgeb to devise creative menus for our First and Business Class passengers on long-haul flights from Germany.
On a culinary voyage of discovery
In November and December, chef Joachim Wissler, holder of three Michelin stars, will entertain First Class passengers flying from Germany with his menu creations.
Early practice makes the perfect gourmet
In January and February, Michelin-starred chef Jean Baptiste Thomaes will be responsible for the menus for our First Class passengers on long-haul flights from Germany.