Breakfast until 9am
For a 100% Malagasy breakfast, Tsaradia offers Mofo Akondro and Mofo Baolina to its customers on flights lasting more than 50 minutes until 9am. These Malagasy pastries are each an integral part of the gastronomic history of the Big Island. They are made every morning by the cooks of Sofitrans (Air Madagascar Group) to ensure freshness and crispness. Muffins with Malagasy flavours (vanilla and pineapple) will accompany Malagasy pastries.
Passengers in the Privilege Class will have a sweet yogurt to complete their breakfast. A range of hot and cold drinks is available to accompany breakfast with natural juices, mineral water, coffee, tea and chocolate.
After 9am in the morning
Tsaradia's flight attendants will offer Privilege Class customers a snack for any takeoff after 9am and for flights lasting more than 50 minutes. The Tsaradia Customer Experience Service and the Sofitrans Chef de Cuisine, Mr Lee, have concocted menus based on the Malagasy terroir.
Passengers in the Privilege class will enjoy:
a half cooked foie gras with coarse salt & cucumber chutney, foie gras being an essential element of Malagasy haute cuisine
Tika Massala chicken skewer and vegetable salad with spicy vinaigrette
Angavo Malagasy cheese, which will be integrated into poultry croquettes
the must-have Zebu in wrap version with soya sprouts
skewers of lacquered duck and green vegetables
the maritime terroir will also be honoured by fish skewers with a quinoa salad,
for a sweet note at the end of the snack, a banana pie, a fresh fruit salad, a roasted pineapple with cinnamon, a chocolate caramel fondant or a brownie with Malagasy chocolate will delight the taste buds of Privilèges customers.
For any takeoff after 9am and for flights lasting more than 50 minutes, a wide range of drinks will be available:
- in economy class: Ice tea, natural juice, mineral water, soft drinks
- in Privilege Class: Ice tea, natural juice, mineral water, soft drinks, beer and hot drinks (coffee & tea)
Tsaradia wishes you a pleasant trip accompanied by the Malagasy "terroir".