As we all know, airplane food is supposed to taste awful as a puritan punishment for us wanting to explore the world. But lo and behold, this tradition has been consistently turned on its head by some airlines, and many modern travellers out there are able to actually look forward to their Mile-High rations (like orkneysports who tucked into a starter of Iranian caviar on an Emirates flight).
Lobster thermidor – Singapore Airlines
There’s something unnerving about eating lobster 35,000 feet away from the nearest body of water, but Singapore Airlines have aced it.Cheap Flights To Singapore
Mezze dishes – Turkish Airlines
A miniature bottle of oil ought to be included with meals served at all landlubber restaurants too.
Oak-roasted salmon – Open Skies
Loving the linen napkin, but seriously, which part of the plane was made out of oak?
Kaiseki meal – Japan Airlines
Never mind the genuine crockery – it’s the origami crane that makes this meal simply decadent.