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In Flight Breakfast Tokyo-Los Angeles ( JAL)

It was not s typical breakfast and I think they called it lunch although it was the meal served after they woke us up as the plane approached LAX. 56 more words

Japanese Food

In-Flight Dinner Tokyo to Los Angeles (Japan Airlines)

Breaded swordfish sounds wrong, but as the main course of an airline meal it was pretty good.

I liked the egg sauce, too.

Miso soup, a fruit salad (kiwi, pineapple, melon and persimmon) a green salad, a tiny potato salad and mixed vegetables (I don’t remember what they were) made for a good airline dinner. 24 more words

Japanese Food

In-Flight Meal Singapore to Tokyo (Japan Airlines)

I had high hopes flying JAL that the food would be good.

Miso soup was served! Also served was a decent salad, vegetables (eggplant and bell peppers), udon noodles and watermelon slices. 14 more words


JetBlue's Influence On The Culinary Arts In Airplanes

According to WIRED JetBlue is leading the way in culinary arts in their flights with their MINT program. MINT is an optional affordable luxury service that serves dishes like lobster poached in corn custard, watermelon salad, carrot and ginger soup, oxtail pot roast, Brooklyn ice cream, and portbello mushroom mousse onboard flights. 422 more words


2016 European Trip: Aeroflot Russian Airlines Vindicated

Aeroflot Russian Airlines did their job well. I would not score them a perfect ten, as in old fashioned Olympic gymnastics scoring, but they certainly passed the first test. 891 more words

Austria & Europe

Flying food, part deux

While not the most beautiful plating in the world, one must sometimes improvise.

I was flying American Airlines from Philadelphia to Boston and had a few things to nibble on: I had some brie and other cheeses leftover from our awesome adventures at… 88 more words


Singapore Airlines Tops World's Best Airline Food for 2015

Asia based Singapore Airlines topped Travel+Leisure survey on World’s Best Airlines for Food in 2015. Travel+Leisure, one of the world’s largest travel magazine based in New York, periodically conducts surveys on its readers aptly entitled “World’s Best Awards.” 78 more words

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