Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Am I supposed to... ... ... eat... that?

Ok, complaining about airplane food is like kicking someone when they're already down, but the "food" that we got served on our plane back home from Ho Chi Minh city really deserves a special mention. I'm not a professional jet-setter, but I've flown quite a lot and at one point or other flown with most larger international airlines and the food usually ranges from "edible" to "pretty disgusting" but the so called breakfast that we received now takes the prize.

I have heard horror stories about smaller national airlines in developing countries and food served on those planes earlier, but that's a slightly different league, this is an International airline that charges market prices and this is what they served... Is this something that you would even serve your worst enemy?!

4 comments:

Martin said...

One word. Ketchup!

Mr. Salaryman said...

yeah, a lot of ketchup...

lina said...

look like someone ate half of that portion already.
skip the stuff and just eat the ketchup. :p

Anonymous said...

Looks like some shiitake, carrots cut into cute flower shapes, green beans, konnyaku, some kind of shoyu'd fish, and seasoned rice. The pink things are... ume? some kind of fish cake? Isn't that pretty typical of bentos? I've sampled a lot of eki-ben since I've been here and your airplane food is just a less well-presented version of that. Did they give you miso soup with it, too?

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