We know the old saying that goes “never peek into the kitchen of your favourite restaurant”, but as far as appetites are concerned, AirAsia is more than glad to open up its doors to show us what goes on to bring the delicious inflight meals enjoyed by many 35,000 feet up in the air.
Words by Ari Fajar
What better way to kick off the Ramadhan month with some delectable Raya food, enjoyed with style, 35,000 feet up in the air!
By Irvin Hanni
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
In December, we’re going healthy and wholesome with some quick bites onboard as part of the AirAsia inflight food review! This time, we’ve got one of our writers who constantly has his desk drawers stuffed with culinary spoils.
By: Ari Fajar
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