Old Jan 7, 14, 3:30 pm
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orbitmic
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MIA-AUA Snack. Choices were turkey sliders with coleslaw or lemon-chicken, quinoa, and rocket salad.

Based on others' advice on FT, I went for the salad which was ok. It had a bed of rocket, half a grilled lemon-chicken breast, and various bits on the different sides of the salad: a couple of table-spoonfulls of quinoa (rather bland), cut bits of boiled asparagus, red and yellow semi-dried tomatoes, and some crumbled feta cheese. It was ok - not great, not bad, ok. People across the aisle had the turkey sliders which looked like some big joke. 10 years ago most airlines wouldn't have dared to serve something that tiny in Y.

The main was preceded by warm nuts and followed by an overcooked cookie (no choice for some reason). BTW, of my last 3 AA flights in F, all of roughly the same length (about 2h30-3h), one had no pre-departure drink (the shortest and evening one) one had a pre-departure drink of your choice (the middle length and early morning one), and one had a pre-filled tray pre-departure drink choice of water or orange juice (the longest and mid-morning one). Weird...
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