There are people who simply abhor airline food, while there are some who, oddly enough, are excited by it. I can understand both sides. Airline food is hardly ever something to write about, although on certain airlines, the meals served onboard are among the highlights of the flight.
In my experience, most of the time airline meals are nothing special. I think the most memorable ones were the wasabi peanut that they served on business class on Singapore Airlines and the green tea ice cream.
This meal from PAL is another one for the nothing special group. I *think* that’s the chicken meal. Doesn’t look appetizing, huh? It’s not. The highlight of this meal was the mediocre Rocky Road bar, and the small slice of Gouda.
This breakfast on the otherhand, is even lower on the scale. The bun on the left is pretty much the same roll they served for dinner. The croissant is certainly not fresh; it’s hard and very greasy. Since I’m not much of an ensymada fan, I didn’t touch the Red Ribbon packet, though I now wish that I did. The best part of this breakfast? The yoghurt and the strawberry jam.
Next time you fly with Philippine Airlines, lookout for the condiment packets.
Corny and cheesy, but admit it, you laughed :P