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Plane Food to HK

Posted: 01/03/08

Plane Food to HK

Restaurant: Hong_Kong

Nelson @ airplane: I booked a "cheap" flight to Hong Kong. This means 2 stopovers and 24 hours from start to finish. Good thing I had my trusty DS with me.

The rice in the teriyaki chicken dish was hard and the salad not fresh. The sandwich tasted processed. The fruit tasted stale. I could taste the transfat in the muffin. The shrimp noodles were barely edible.

The best thing was probably the egg and sausage that looks like pieces of crap. Actually on second thought I think the green tea was the best. It was quite refreshing.


Categories: Beef,  Bread,  Breakfast,  Chicken,  Dessert,  Drinks,  Fruit,  Sandwich,  Seafood,  Snack Food,  

Comments: 7 Comments



  • LOL... I usually like airplane food, but I guess you had the bad batches.. what airline?

    I can't wait to see the good stuff from HK! Mmmmm I can taste it now *drool*
    dre @ 2008-01-03
  • ew. all that stuff looked so nasty!
    grace @ 2008-01-03
  • It was NorthWest. Do they have a reputation?.
    Nelson @ 2008-01-10
  • I had NWA food to Taiwan...it was alright I think. They had smoked salmon sashimi. I usually like airplane food cause it's like a mini-buffet...the variety but without the quantity and pukey feeling afterwards.
    Richard @ 2008-01-17
  • Oh, and there's a website with just pure airline food pics...http://www.airlinemeals.net
    I wanna fly first class...or at least business class.
    Richard @ 2008-01-17
  • I haven't had good experiences with airplane food...I think it's an issue of quality and the limited means they have for preparation. It has to be heated on board, so it's not going to taste great.
    Nelson @ 2008-01-21
  • wtf, that shit looks better than what i had with AC and Cathay
    ak @ 2008-03-29

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