J Class Menus and Meals

Old Aug 11, 18, 8:46 pm
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J Class Menus and Meals

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As this was the overnight flight, I opted to sleep and skip any of the snack or light meal offerings.

Prior to breakfast, the crew asked if I wanted a beverage. I really wasn't sure and the sense I got was that their coffee was not awesome. The Ceylon tea was recommended and it was actually great. I had 2.

I always enjoy the small touches like having the milk served in a little side dish versus those tiny single-use creamers offered elsewhere.




I chose the Western breakfast. Fairly simple but hot and tasty. Omelette was very good, nice to have a bit of broccoli, bread bun was very nice and fresh, croissant was a little too dry. I did not eat the hash browns, sauce or sausage.










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Great report!
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Old Aug 13, 18, 2:44 am
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FWIW, even though the menu didn't state it online or in-flight, YVR-HND this month indeed had Hibiki 17 minis!
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Originally Posted by caliform View Post
FWIW, even though the menu didn't state it online or in-flight, YVR-HND this month indeed had Hibiki 17 minis!
So did the HND-YVR flight on Friday (October 12). More than I can say for the Duty Free at HND ...
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Old Oct 15, 18, 7:27 pm
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This was very delicious. I also had a sake tasting.


No meat, just veggies
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NRT-PVG (evening flight, October)

Did not enjoy the cold appetizers.
Fish and the "burger' was good.
Too tired to try any alcohol.







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Ever since they changed their ramen a year ago (approximately?), it's just not nearly as good.
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Old Oct 20, 18, 11:58 am
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All menus for every route are posted online on the ANA website.
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Old Oct 20, 18, 8:23 pm
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Originally Posted by 24left View Post
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Do you have the reverse? NRT-SIN ?
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Old Oct 20, 18, 8:24 pm
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All menus for every route are posted online on the ANA website.
yeah, but it will be nice to have a visual representation of the meals as well
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Old Oct 21, 18, 9:36 am
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Originally Posted by koohansen View Post
yeah, but it will be nice to have a visual representation of the meals as well
Exactly !!!

Photos of the meals are the reason we post. These threads are very active on the AC, LH and CX forums, for example, even though LH also has their menus on their website (in a much better format than NH).

IMO, the menu only lets everyone know what the options were. The photos tell the story of what was selected and how it looked or was presented.
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Old Oct 23, 18, 7:35 pm
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yeah, but it will be nice to have a visual representation of the meals as well
Indeed, I enjoy looking at the meal pics too. I don't see the point in posting pictures of menus at a distance that you can't read.
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Somewhat on-topic, the vote is back:


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Hard to believe but this is the best meal I've ever had on a plane
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