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Old Jun 26, 22, 5:21 pm
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Originally Posted by CMK10 View Post
BA 723 GVA-LHR 0710-0755 A-319



Choice of a butternut squash omelet or a Full English. This came hot and was pretty tasty. The granola bar was an odd touch though, I don't remember that from years past.
I believe that the cereal bar is a sign of a night-stopper vice yoghurt.
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Old Jun 27, 22, 6:40 am
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Originally Posted by EDIwanderer View Post
I believe that the cereal bar is a sign of a night-stopper vice yoghurt.
Oh that makes sense. The plane did indeed arrive the night before.
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Old Jun 27, 22, 6:51 am
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Originally Posted by RockyRobin View Post
I had this yesterday ACE - LGW, despite the sausages looking a bit odd I agree it was completely fine. The only down side was what I had the night before...
I will add that my girlfriend stated this was possibly the best CE meal she had eaten. Butternut squash tortellini
That pasta looks really good!
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Old Jun 27, 22, 6:53 am
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Anyone got pictures of AVML on CE flight?
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Old Jun 27, 22, 7:46 am
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Originally Posted by c001lh202 View Post
Anyone got pictures of AVML on CE flight?
Would this thread help?
The vegan / vegetarian food thread
Plenty of photos - some may be that which you seek
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Old Jun 27, 22, 9:20 am
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Originally Posted by sunshinebob View Post
Would this thread help?
The vegan / vegetarian food thread
Plenty of photos - some may be that which you seek
Thanks. Last AVML post was for long haul from Nov-21.
Hopefully someone wil post new pcitures/menu soon in that thread!
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Old Jun 27, 22, 1:52 pm
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Originally Posted by DELLAS View Post
ACE - LGW Band 4 Dinner

3 options were offered . The only appealing one was the bangers & mash . It was not the best Club Europe meal I have had but ok. Crew were good and plenty of drinks offered . The coffee was really weak though and tasteless made worse by paper cups.


Nice to see the bangers back!

Getting fed up with the beef cheeks now...
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Old Jun 27, 22, 2:03 pm
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Best CE meal and service in a while on yesterdays BRI-LGW. Food was tasting good and portions seemed better than LHR catering.



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Old Jun 27, 22, 2:05 pm
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Originally Posted by Lapchien View Post
Nice to see the bangers back!

Getting fed up with the beef cheeks now...
another 2.12 meal from BA
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Old Jun 27, 22, 4:27 pm
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Originally Posted by IanG84 View Post
This evening I flew from Pisa to Heathrow on the 18.15.

The choice was between a salmon salad and a vegetarian Nioise salad. I had the salmon. The salad itself was quite tasty with two smallish chunks of hot smoked salmon, four slices of strange looking apple and some sloppy mayo heavy strips of something underneath. Quite tasty.

The starter was horrible. It was Greek yoghurt based with some weird red stuff and a couple of cubes of beetroot. Pudding was delicious.


I had the exact same this evening. I agree the starter is odd, though I wouldn't say it was horrible. It was like bland tsatziki (spelling?) with cubed beets. It was ok when mopped up with bread. The salmon was tasty enough, but it's all a bit meagre for a two hour sector at dinner time. I agree that the dessert was very nice.
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Dinner on the BA1466 LHR-INV 29/06, only the PA ate but I stole his dessert


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Old Jun 30, 22, 1:40 am
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This is the Band 1 option on this late afternoon flight. Surprisingly Club Europe was not full - as my last few flights with BA on this route in CE, it has always been full. [I nearly did not make this flight due to ticketing issues caused by AA - but luckily due to a wonderful lady in the First Wing working to solve this out for me (while the useless AA agents a few counters down, did nothing much to help) - which I awarded her later with a Golden Ticket online]
Inflight service was just OK - the CSM was just OK, and she had another junior FA helping her out. On this flight I did feel the need to finish my meal fast as both of them walked a few times to check on us in the last row of CE.

Cheers!

(Curry) chicken salad with hummus as the side/starter dish
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Old Jun 30, 22, 7:54 am
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Lunch on the BA1307 ABZ-LHR this afternoon:

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Old Jun 30, 22, 8:11 am
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It could be worse: the Club Europe meal (sorry, didn't take a photo) on my Iberia flight (for BA) from Ibiza last night was more like a starter. Small pieces of chicken on a thin bed of dry potato.

Only two choices: chicken on potato or tofu on rice. No menu.
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Old Jul 1, 22, 6:35 am
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Interesting info on that menu: there is so little chicken in the coronation chicken that there are fewer calories in that dish than in a quinoa and cucumber salad.
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