Qantas has already threatened promised a healthy approach to inflight dining on its non-stop Boeing 787 flights between Perth and London, and now we're seeing the new business class menu take shape.
The good news: high flyers won't be force-fed kale and quinoa, although both of those hipster staples – along with kombucha – make an appearance as part of the airline's efforts to give travellers' tummies and digestive systems a lighter load during that 17 hour journey.
Highlights of the mains menu in business class include a tuna poke salad with sesame soy dressing...
... a seared Cone Bay barramundi with herb garlic potatoes, broccolini, lemon, olive and almond salsa...
... and a more indulgent dessert of baked vanilla custard with rhubarb, honeyed pear and almonds.
In the final hours of the flight, as the Dreamliner tracks over western Europe towards its 5am landing at London's Heathrow Airport, business class passengers will be offered a breakfast bowl of poached egg, kale, quinoa, grilled haloumi, pistachio and green tahini dressing.
A "cold-pressed probiotic infused watermelon juice" will also be available as a wake-up shot, although we suggest chasing that down with a strong coffee (and that's one area where Qantas could do better).
On the return leg from London to Perth, main options will feature this smoked salmon, soba and raw zucchini noodles with ponzu dressing...
... or more traditional fare in the form of roast English beef with Yorkshire pudding, peas and onion gravy.
Refreshments served in both directions will include cold-pressed green juice; lemon and ginger kombucha coconut water; and herbal sleep tea blended from chamomile, lemon verbena and lemongrass.
The self-serve business class snack bar will line up hommus and crudité platters alongside Koko Black chocolates – but there are no prizes for guessing which of those will be the first to go!