Pick Your Plate! Delta Offers Pre-select Meals from Korea
Following rave customer reviews, Delta One customers flying between Seoul and the United States can now choose their meal days in advance of their flight. The exciting development will ensure their first choice of entrée is available on board, giving them control over their in-flight experience.
The move comes following strong customer feedback about pre-select meals on test routes from the U.S.. The pre-select service proved so popular it has now been extended to more than 100 markets around the globe, including Korea.
Customers flying from Seoul to Atlanta and Detroit on Delta’s A350 aircraft benefit from pre-select on flights to and from the United States.
Pre-select is currently available exit the U.S. only on Delta’s Seattle – Seoul route.
How it works
Delta One customers will receive an email communication three days prior to their flight asking them to choose an option from Delta's latest seasonal, regionally-influenced menu.
What’s on the menu?
Seasonally-inspired menus feature culinary creations by Delta’s in-house culinary team and the airline’s partner chefs. Authentic Korean cuisine created by celebrated chef, Woo-Joong Kwon, is available on flights to the U.S. in every cabin.
On flights from Atlanta and Detroit to Seoul, Delta has partnered with local Korean restaurants, including Atlanta's Stone Bowl House and Detroit's Bibimbab Restaurant, to serve up regional delights.
All Delta One meals are served with a selection of wines that have been carefully hand-picked by Master Sommelier, Andrea Robinson.