SIN-PEN Silkair Business class dinner

Chicken char siew and wonton noodles

Chicken char siew and wonton noodles

To be fair, it wasn’t that bad. It’s just that I wasn’t hungry. But the other choice — lamb stew with rice — smelled and looked so much more tantalizing! So far, I’ve found that rice rather than noodles is the better bet for airline food, unless it’s cold noodles.

The dessert — hazelnut cappucino cake — sounded much better than it promised. Where’s the taste of cappucino?

Pre-departure, business class passengers could access the SATS Premier Lounge for comfy seats, free broadband, food and drinks. There were plenty of beverages: soda, juices, teas, expresso, mocha, cappucino, etc. For food, there’s hot food, chips, pastries, fruit, and sandwiches. Sounds good, but the quality of the food is far from premier!

Beehoon goreng and finger cucumber sandwich.

Beehoon goreng and finger cucumber sandwich.

Crossiant, apple pie, & mango pudding

Croissant, apple pie, & mango pudding

Chicken rice, spiced pea & carrot, and chilli-tomato Dory fish

Chicken rice, spiced pea & carrot, and chilli-tomato Dory fish

Seriously, I’ve had economy class plane food that’s much better. I think that pretty much sums up everything!

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Comments

  1. ladyironchef says

    wa seh, u even blog on airplane food. haha. they are so… bland and tasteless 🙂