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Old Dec 21, 05, 12:23 pm
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J menu

I will start to post some J menu from the flights that I have taken. Hope this will help a little to FTers who plan the trip.

Here are the list (last updated 28 Dec 2005):

() is posted number

AC001 YYZ - NRT (12)
AC002 NRT - YYZ (4)
AC004 NRT - YVR (4)
AC036 KIX - YVR (4)

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Old Dec 21, 05, 2:28 pm
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Thank you Hideyuki, it'll be a good change from all the negative discussions about our future benefits from AP.
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Old Dec 21, 05, 2:48 pm
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On my Dec. 16th flight LHR-YVR, the salad came without dressing on it

Instead, there was a little bottle of dressing put on the tray for those who wished to add it to their salad. Thanks AC
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Old Dec 22, 05, 12:05 pm
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AC2 NRT→YYZ AC4 NRT→YVR AC36 KIX→YVR Dec 05

SPIRITED DEBUT
Today's featured cocktail is Iceberg Caesar,
Newfoundland-made Iceberg Vodka
mixed with clamato juiceCheers !


DINNER

OPENING ACT
Hot and Canapes

Marinated Chicken
with Salmon and Scallop Tartare

MAIN ATTRACTRIONS
Sauteed loin of Veal with Vodka Sauce
accompanied by roasted Potatoes with Paprica,
sauteed Mushrooms and Green Asparagas

or

Cote d'Azur-style Seafood Stew with Pimiento
and Potato Batonnets, Tomato Sauce, Saffron Rice

JAPANESE MEAL
A limited quantity of Kaiseki Style authentic
Japanese meals is carried on board.
We apologize if your choice is not available.


Benisake Sukashimaki, Anago Shinjo, Matukasa Ika,
Ebi Shibani, Tako Yawarakani, Tsukune Kushi-
Vinegared Salmon, Fish Cake with braised Conger Eel,
Calamaki, Simmerd Prawn in Ginger Soy Sauce,
Braised Duck Meatballs and Octopus

Zuwaigani and Hokkigai-Crab Meat and poached Clam

Kurumaebi Ogonni, Zensai Tojiage, konoha Kabocha,
Satoimo-Simmered Prawn with Egg Yolk, braised and
fried Bean curd Crepe, Pumpkin and Taro Potato

Kishimen - Whitewheat Noodles

Sake Shioteriyaki, Ouka Daikon, Ouka Kabocha,
Shiitake - Grilled Salmon with
Japanese Radish, Pumpkin and Shiitake Mushrooms

Gohan, Konomono, Misoshiru - steamed rice, Pickled
Vegetables, Miso Soup

SIMPLY INDULGENT
A slection of fine port and gourmet cheese -
plus fresh fruit, ice cream and today's selection.


PERSONAL FLIGHT PLAN
Gourmet delights at your convenience.
Select the items and time to be served
from your Personal Flight Plan Menu.

We apologize should your preferred choice not be available on this occasion.

1303 KIX3-NRT-JHMN 12/05
261C007-3

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Old Dec 22, 05, 9:03 pm
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Originally Posted by Hideyuki
C menu
Are these discounted menus? kidding.
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Old Dec 22, 05, 9:22 pm
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Originally Posted by yyznomad
Are these discounted menus? kidding.
I missed
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Old Dec 22, 05, 9:31 pm
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Originally Posted by Hideyuki
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In Air Canada parlance C booking class is discounted business class (J)
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Originally Posted by Hideyuki
I missed
Oh... I'm just being silly... "C" is the fare class for "Discounted Executive First", where "J" is the term used for full fare Exec First class and is also used as the "generic" term to talk about the front.

i.e. "I sat in J on AC101 the other day beside this woman with really bad body odour..."

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Old Dec 23, 05, 9:13 am
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Originally Posted by yyznomad
Oh... I'm just being silly... "C" is the fare class for "Discounted Executive First", where "J" is the term used for full fare Exec First class and is also used as the "generic" term to talk about the front.

i.e. "I sat in J on AC101 the other day beside this woman with really bad body odour..."
Did you explore as to where it was emanating from ?
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Old Dec 23, 05, 9:23 am
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Originally Posted by djjaguar64
Did you explore as to where it was emanating from ?
I read it as yyznomad had the really really bad ...
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Originally Posted by PreferBulkhead


I read it as yyznomad had the really really bad ...

PB you bad boy you, tch,tch,tch !!!
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Old Dec 28, 05, 6:53 am
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AC1 YYZ→NRT Dec 05

SPIRITED DEBUT
Today's featured cocktail is Iceberg Caesar,
Newfoundland-made Iceberg Vodka
mixed with clamato juiceCheers !


LUNCH

OPENING ACT
Hot and Canapes

Smoked Salmon and Shrimp Salad

MAIN ATTRACTRIONS
Roasted Cornish Game Hen
with Apple, Onion and Sage Dressing
accented by Hunter Sauce
seved with roausted Squash and Baby Carrots
or
Barbecued Duck accented by Orange and Ginger Sauce
served over steamed Rice, sliced Carrots with Basil
and Suger Snap Peas

JAPANESE MEAL
A limited quantity of Kaiseki Style authentic
Japanese meals is carried on board.
We apologize if your choice is not available.


Lobster Teriyaki - Grilled Lobster Teriyaki
Hyotan Tamago - Baked Egg Hyotan
Kaniniku Jelly Yose - Crabmeat in Kanten Jelly
Morokyu - Cucumber with Moromi Paste

Kaibashira, Kyuri, Harishoga, Aka Piman Sunomono -
Sunomono of Scallops, Cucumber, Fine Ginger,
Red Pepper, sliced Lemon and Vineger Dressing

Tara Dango, Kabocha, Hana Ninjin, Shiitake, Sayaingen -
Simmered Pumpkin, Carrot, Shiitake Mushroom
and Green Beans with Cod Ball

Chasoba, Toriniku, Kyuri, Kinshi Tamago - Buckwheat
Noodles with a Chicken, Cucumber and Egg Julienne

Konomono - Japanese Pickles

Salmon Teriyaki, Mushroom, Horenso, Gobo - Salmon
Teriyaki served woth Mushroom, Spinach and Burdock

Akadashi Misoshiru - Miso Soup

SIMPLY INDULGENT
A slection of fine port and gourmet cheese -
plus fresh fruit, ice cream and today's selection:

Amaretto Cake
or
Maple Mousse Cake
or
Strawberries and Cream

SNEAK A SNACK
We always make sure our in-flight pantry
is fully stocked for meal cravings.
Don't be shy - just help yourself!

PERSONAL FLIGHT PLAN
Gourmet delights at your convenience.
Select the items and time to be served
from your Personal Flight Plan Menu.

We apologize should your preferred choice not be available on this occasion.

1320 A3-NJHMN-NJHSN1 12/05
260C0076-3

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Old Dec 29, 05, 8:33 am
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Just my opinion, but stay away from the YVR/YYZ-NRT kaiseki meals. They are truly horrible.
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Old Dec 29, 05, 8:43 am
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Originally Posted by Braindrain
Just my opinion, but stay away from the YVR/YYZ-NRT kaiseki meals. They are truly horrible.
Would have to agree here...Kaiseki from Japan to Canada is excellent...Is it me or haven't they changed the menu this past year?
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Originally Posted by Q Shoe Guy
Would have to agree here...Kaiseki from Japan to Canada is excellent...Is it me or haven't they changed the menu this past year?
I think just about any meal from Japan to Canada is better than the reverse.
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