Which airline has the best plane food?
Coincidentally, I was planning to live this post about plane food this weekend when the news about the airline with the best plane food was announced.
A lot of people complain about plane food. They think it’s bland, cold and unappetizing.
I love plane food
Not because they are particularly yummy but because it means that I am on a plane.
So what if I have to peel off a tin foil? Or that I am in a seat which I could not fully stretch my elbows? I am eating this kilometers up in the air going to an exotic location (or even heading home from an exotic location.)
Nowadays, I take budget airlines 98 percent of the time and I miss plane food very very much.
Here are some of the few plane food I had these past years.
After all that AirAsia flights, Singapore Airlines’s rides are always an indulgence. Their set meals are fabulously done as well.
When I was a kid, we usually fly Malaysia Airlines to my mom’s hometown, Taiwan. They didn’t serve pork on the flights. So when I got to order pork on China Eastern Airlines, I chose it immediately.
Unfortunately, it was two rather gross giant meatballs in unknown sour sauce. I still ate all of it.
When I was flying back from Paris to KL on AirAsia, I ordered a chicken set. It was simply the most amazing plane food that I had ever eaten. Too bad I finished it all before I got to take a photo.
On AirAsia, I ordered the Japanese bento. It looked really pretty but was not that yummy.
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- Munching through 7 of Lonely Planet’s Top 10 food destinations
- Picnic by the Seine
- Long live Vietnamese coffee