What’s The Best In-Flight Meal You Ever Had?
The flight from JB to KL was so short that I didn’t really have time to play Tokyo Beat Down, but I did spend some time to savour Air Asia’s Nasi Lemak meal. I have flown with three airlines, with long-haul flights on MAS and Emirates, and I must say, Air Asia’s Nasi Lemak is the best in-flight meal I’ve ever had, trumping even the offerings from the two big airlines.
The nasi lemak, to begin with, was done right. The coconut-milk infused rice had excellent condiments: rendang chicken, sambal (not too hot, and not too sweet) and fried peanuts and anchovies to go with it. It’s a meal that works real well and doesn’t taste like the bland food in-flight meals are normally associated with. In fact, Datuk Tony Fernandes should set up a stall selling that nasi lemak on the ground. Good stuff this.
What about you then, what’s the best in-flight meal you ever had? And I’m not referring to your membership to the mile high club :).Powered by Sidelines
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