Inflight Food Review: Kid’s Meal (Mac and Cheese with Chicken Meatballs), Vegetable Pasta & Chocolate Brownie
Introducing three new exciting AirAsia inflight meals—Mac and Cheese Kid’s Meal, a yummy Vegetable Pasta for those with an appetite for healthy food, and a delicious Chocolate Brownie!
Special Guest Reviewers: Seamus Moriarty, Azran Osman-Rani and Steven Dickson
Want to combat that bloated feeling when you’re flying high in the sky? For a feel-good guilt-free flight, these no-meat options offer a great alternative to your usual fare. They’re available for a limited time only, so grab them on your next flight!
By Abby Yao
Sometimes you board the plane feeling a bit hungry but not quite ready to gobble up a big meal just yet. This month’s inflight food review features several simple yet tasty items which are good for your afternoon tea or that quick brunch on shorter flights.
Guest Reviewer: Nur Liyana Binti Mahizzan
As one soars at 30,000 feet up in the air, one often craves for distinctive flavours and rich fragrance to keep the tummy satiated for the exciting holiday ahead. This month, we take a spoonful of delicious delights to make the journey even more deliciously memorable!
Guest Reviewer: Aaron Philip Thomas
If you’ve always wondered about the assortment of tasty smells that waft in the plane during meal time, then wonder no more! This month we share the magic taste that revolves around our favourite inflight meals that are known far and wide.
By Haze Jalalludin
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