When you’re cruising at 600 miles an hour, gazing at the beautiful, puffy white clouds outside your window, the dining options don’t always match the view. Flying at a high altitude is one thing, but eating an in-flight meal that’s of equally high quality? That’s hard to find.
For a story for The Huffington Post’s travel vertical, I made the search for fine airline dining a little easier by rounding up airlines with some of the best — and worst — food. Come onboard and take a look through the slideshow of airlines, each judged on a scale of 1 (stick to the complimentary peanuts) to 5 (worthy of first class).
One thought on “The Huffington Post: Who Makes The Best And Worst Airplane Food?”
Best I’ve had was Cathay Pacific – worst was most definitly Kenya Airways.
Sadly business class food on Air Mauritius wasn’t as good as I’d expected – maybe my expectations were too high as its the only time I’ve ever been upgraded?