Club World London City Menu

British Airways was nice enough to forward a menu for their new Club World London City product.

Here’s the menu for New York to London:

The Sleeper Service

Welcome onboard this Club World London City
Sleeper service to London.

All paper used on the production of menus for British Airways is made
from an environmentally friendly source from sustainable forests.

We hope you enjoyed the pre-flight supper in the
lounge this evening. Tonight’s menu is designed around
helping you maximise your sleep on this short overnight
flight, enabling you to arrive in London well rested and
ready to start your day.

If you wish to settle down and sleep shortly after take
off you may like to have a look at our breakfast options
available to you when you wake up in the morning.

Good night.


On tonight’s flight, we have a selection of night cap
options for you to choose from should you wish to eat
something to help you settle down and get some quality
sleep before our arrival into London.

Four cabbage slaw with pequino peppers
topped with smoked duck and caramelised onions
Bruschetta sandwich with goat’s cheese

Wildflower and honey cheese cake

Please accept our apology if your first choice
is not available.

Club Kitchen
Should you wake up and feel hungry during the
night, we have a selection of tasty treats including
crisps, chocolates and biscuits available in the
galley area for you to choose from.

Please ask our crew for a drink from the bar,
or you may wish to enjoy a hot drink. We have
a choice of tea and freshly ground coffee.
We also offer a selection of herbal teas.

Prior to Arrival

We will be serving you a light breakfast
approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes
before our arrival into London City.

Chilled fruit juice
An energising fruit smoothie
Fresh seasonal fruit

Special K with dried berries
Warm bacon roll served with tomato ketchup
Selection of warm breads and breakfast pastries
Your choice of coffee or tea

City Breakfast

If you wish to maximise your sleep during the
night, we won’t wake you up if we see you are
still sleeping soundly. When you do wake up,
we have our City Breakfast option available up
until 20 minutes before landing, which you can
eat on descent or on your journey into the office.

Chilled fruit juice

Fresh fruit

Breakfast pastries

Here’s the wine list:


Please ask your crew to advise you of the choices
available on today’s service.

Champagne Cocktail
Kir Royale
Crème de Cassis gives this cocktail its distinctive taste
Buck’s Fizz
Crisp, dry Champagne and naturally sweet orange juice

Heidsieck Monopole Blue Top
Generous nose, with toasty and buttery aromas
Ayala Brut Majeur NV Champagne
Elegant and lively, with delicate fresh and fruity notes

Terra do Gargalo 2007 Monterrei
Intensely flavoured with lemon, lime and apple
Marmesa Vineyards Chardonnay 2006, Edna Valley
Appetising and dry, with an aroma of white peaches
Château de Rully 2007, Rully
Lemony, smoky and taut
Arboleda Coastal Sauvignon Blanc 2008
A super-refreshing dry white

Montes Alpha Syrah 2006
Flavours of spice and blackberries, rounded off
by soft, silky oak tannins
Château Bournac 2005
Pretty and succulent, from an outstanding vintage
La Haute Marone 2007, Gigondas
Essence of spicy Grenache, intense and full-bodied
J. Lohr, Los Osos Merlot 2006, Paso Robles
Scented, rich blend from California’s Central Coast

A selection of traditional and modern drinks
to suit all tastes

There will be a complimentary bar available
serving alcoholic beverages and soft drinks.

And here’s the menu for the London to New York flight:

Welcome aboard this Club World
London City service to New York.

British Airways is proud to be working
in collaboration with Roast to design
and develop your onboard menu today.

Roast is a popular restaurant drawing on
the best of Britain’s seasonal produce and
cooking traditions set in a landmark building
in London’s oldest surviving food market,
Borough Market, just by London Bridge.

We have created a dynamic food development
team combining the years of inflight catering
experience of British Airways with Roast’s
head cook, Lawrence Keogh.

As a British airline passionate about food,
we are delighted to embrace Roast’s food
development philosophy. Using British
ingredients wherever we can, placing
emphasis on the sourcing and provenance
of products, we intend to explore dishes
and recipes that also highlight seasonality.

From succulent spit roasts and deeply
flavoured puddings cooked over days,
to organically grown salad leaves that have
real taste, British cooking can rightly take
its place on the international stage.

We have the great pleasure of taking this
philosophy and bringing it to life for you
to enjoy onboard today.

All paper used for menu production is made
from an environmentally friendly source
from sustainable forests.

London City – Shannon

Shortly after take off, we will be serving
you an appetiser and drink service on
our short journey to Shannon.


Welsh Carmarthen ham with Cox’s
apple potato salad with pea shoot

Shannon – New York

Shortly after take off, whilst we prepare
your lunch order, we will be offering you
a selection of drinks from the bar to
enjoy with your meal.


Dedham Vale Farm fillet of beef with
Scottish girolles and Madeira sauce

British corn-fed chicken
cooked in a Somerset cider sauce

Grilled sea bass served with
a roasted fennel and caper dressing

Penne pasta in a courgette
and aubergine tomato sauce
with chestnut mushrooms
and Berkswell cheese

Inverawe smoked salmon and prawns
with new potato and horseradish salad

We apologise if your first choice is not available.
For allergen information, please ask your crew for more details.

Dessert and Liqueurs

We will be pleased to offer you
a liqueur to savour with your chosen
dessert option.

Eton mess

Cornish Yarg and Cropwell Bishop
Stilton with Bath Oliver and Orkney
oat biscuits

Working Lunch

If you prefer to eat later whilst you
finish off some work, we will be
happy to serve you a main meal salad
together with your choice of dessert
from the lunch menu.

Inverawe smoked salmon and prawns
with new potato and horseradish salad

Club Kitchen

After lunch, please help yourself
to a selection of tasty treats including
crisps, chocolates and biscuits
available in the forward galley area
for you to choose from.

Drinks are available throughout
the flight.

Afternoon Tea

We will be serving a traditional
British afternoon tea service
approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes
before our arrival into New York.

Sandwich Selection

Roast beef with horseradish cream
and beetroot chutney

Smoked salmon with cream cheese

Mature English farmhouse Cheddar
with tomato


Laverstoke Park Buffalo Mozzarella
with roasted figs and Port reduction

A selection of plain and sultana
scones served warm with English
preserves and Cornish clotted cream

Afternoon Tea cake selection
of coffee éclair and lemon tart


Tea, ground coffee
or decaffeinated coffee

Selection of herbal teas
includes green tea with jasmine,
peppermint, blackcurrant
and camomile with honey

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  1. I’m sure that’ll be the next blog post. 😉 Surely if BA has purposefully sent Lucky specific PR-related information regarding their new service, you know they are going to invite him to take a flight to review it.

  2. An hour and twenty minutes before landing at LCY sounds like an awfully early moment to serve breakfast, especially on such a short flight (6 hours air time, I would say), with such a small aircraft (I would understand if it was a 777-300 for example (not that BA has those, before I get bashed 😉 )).

  3. Nice looking menu, especially from SNN-JFK. You might want to stress that the JFK-LCY leg is so light because they expect people to use the pre-flight dining option in the JFK lounge.

    Strange to see there’s no vegetarian option for the appetizer LCY-SNN, or for the working lunch salad. A little disappointing!

  4. @ Pat — I wish!

    @ DiscoPapa — Again, if only. British Airways found my original post from a few weeks back, which contained quite a few open-ended questions (where is the plane parking, what’s the meal service like, etc.). They were nice enough to send me the answers to all the questions I requested.

    @ AJO — True, and I’m betting in practice if the load factor isn’t too high (which it isn’t for most flights at this point), it will be closer to arrival. On the other hand if all 32 seats were taken I can understand that they want to start breakfast 1hr20min out. First everyone has to wake up, then everyone wants to use the loo, repack their bags, etc.

    @ Adam — Good point about pre-flight dining. I was a bit surprised by the lack of vegetarian options as well, and I’m also a bit surprised that the only “main” breakfast option seems to be bacon rolls. Other than that looks great to me.

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