Plane delayed, who cares? Now you can wait for your flight in the lap of luxury. The French world-renowned caviar house Petrossian opened a caviar and champagne bar at Los Angeles’ Tom Bradley International Terminal last week. Menu items at the post bar include a caviar martini garnished with a caviar-stuffed olive, caviar deviled eggs, hand-sliced smoked salmon, a smoked trout platter and caviar flatbread, according to The Los Angeles Times.
And you no longer need to suffer from terrible airplane food. For the traveler on the go, Petrossian offers “Caviar in the Air” carry-on picnic packs that range from $205.50 to $1,581.50. (150Euro-1150Euro) The packs include a choice of caviar—such as Tsar Imperial Ossetra—blinis and crème fraîche in an insulated carry-on Petrossian pouch. According to the LA Times, other “to go” options include a selection of Parisian-smoked salmon and charcuterie.
The bar also features over 20 vodkas, a wide selection of high-end champagnes and various caviar choices based on availability, include Royal Transmontanus, Alverta President Transmontanus, Tsar Imperial Siberian, Tsar Imperial Shassetra and Tsar Imperial Ossetra.