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Discussion in 'General Discussion | Travel' started by toddreg, Jul 28, 2011.
J or Y ?
In DL BE, steak with grilled shrimp, risotto, and asparagus.
In the distant past, on NW WBC, duck breast, bacon and big flat beans as a special featured chef main course. It sounds strange, but it was really good and somewhat different.
ice cream sundaes in AA domestic F or international J/F
Regardless of class of service - Biscoff.
J - the steak is often nicely done and I really like the sundaes.
Y - Um, Biscoff.
Not sure you can ever go wrong with ice cream....of course on an airplane anything is possible!
I think the food on CO BF is pretty crappy. The only thing I really *like* is that weird broccoli souffle thing they serve with the breakfast on some of the BF flights. Oh, and the mushroom soup demi-cup
Most of the food is tough and overdone ... :sigh:
Way back, as a kid I liked the TWA transcons ( in whY!) that had a lunch buffet in the galley featuring fried chicken. For dinner, they served a small boneless steak that had to be tender enough to eat with an ordinary metal table knife because real steak knives weren't allowed.
My favorite meal was this in OZ F ICN-JFK.
Otherwise it would have to be Krug on SQ. Why eat when you can drink?!
Is there buffalo meat in this meal? Kwai, aren't you concerned?
All-time favorite airline meals:
* Black sesame soup, CX F, also their fresh squeezed OJ and energizer drink and their sriracha sauce for dim sum
* Bi Bim Bap on OZ in C. Anything on OZ in F.
* Kaiseki meal, NH F (their Super Cheeseburger used to be pretty good, too!)
* Braised Duck RIce Soup, TG F (and I did have the very best truffled triple cream cheese I've ever tasted on TG as well)