London City Airport is consulting on plans to modernise its flight paths to allow the introduction of Area Navigation (RNAV), as part of the wider London Airspace Management Programme, led by NATS, the UK’s leading provider of air traffic services. For more information, including details of how to respond to the consultation click here.
London City departing passengers can now tantalise their taste buds with City Bar and Girll’s brand new menu.
The new menu combines modern techniques with traditional ingredients to deliver a sophisticated offering tailored for our unique passenger profile. Passengers can choose from range of small plates, including confit of heritage tomatoes with shaved Manchego cheese, balsamic baby onions and chilled tomato consommé, or house-cured Barbary duck breast served with carrot and cardamom puree, soy jelly and dandelion leaf.
But passengers looking for something more substantial can opt for a choice of classic dishes including as char-grilled rump of Welsh lamb served with aubergine parmigiana, balsamic poached salsify, baby fennel, black olive, blush tomato and brioche crumb, or Côte de Boeuf of 28-day aged rib eye of Scottish beef on the bone served with truffle creamed potatoes, caramelised baby onions, fine green beans and port jus.
City Bar and Grill also stock an extensive selection of wines available by the glass or bottle including the sumptuous Burgundy Meursault Villages Domaine Michelot 2008, or from Italy an equally impressive Barolo Castiglione Voetti 2006.
So if you’re flying through London City soon allow additional time to drop into City Bar and Grill.
Click here to view City Bar and Grills menue.