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Old Jan 2, 2024, 7:14 am
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Please do not quote photos in this thread.

Most routes are to/from London Heathrow/LHR. Routes to/from London Gatwick/LGW are this colour for easier reference.

Some pictures may only be part of the menu for info.

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BOS - Post 600

EZE - Post 624 (EZE-GIG)

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IAD - Post 610 Post 629

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LAS - Post 615 Post 616 Post 617

LAS - Post 618 Post 619

MLE - Post 589

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Long haul in-flight catering 2024 | Club World

Old Jan 1, 2024, 3:58 pm
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Long haul in-flight catering 2024 | Club World

It's time for the annual re-launch of this popular thread so please find this as a place to share some details about the in-flight food and beverages served in BA Club World. Hopefully as the posts populate over time, it will give us an idea of what food we can expect to receive on our upcoming flights. This thread supercedes the previous thread which is linked below.

Long haul in-flight catering 2023 | Club World

As this will build into a popular resource, it would be a great help to others if you can remove any photos from the posts you quote.



Please find below a related thread for Club Europe drink and food which you may find useful too given many may be on a connecting flight.

Club Europe catering | menus, reviews and photos 2024 onwards

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Old Jan 5, 2024, 1:00 am
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Happy New Year all!

Are there any up to date menus available?

We are flying CW to Cancun tomorrow (6th Jan) and interested to know what's on offer.

Thanks
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Old Jan 5, 2024, 4:13 pm
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Happy New Year all!

Are there any up to date menus available?

We are flying CW to Cancun tomorrow (6th Jan) and interested to know what's on offer.

Thanks
And me! BA61 (LHR-MLE) in a couple of weeks if anyone is heading that way and doesnt mind grabbing some images of the menu

Believe that the local vineyard I walk my dog through is now the sparkling wine for this quarter so hopefully good news for Wiston Vienyard 👌🏻

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Old Jan 5, 2024, 4:21 pm
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Originally Posted by andys84
Happy New Year all!

Are there any up to date menus available?

We are flying CW to Cancun tomorrow (6th Jan) and interested to know what's on offer.

Thanks
Nothing posted so far so if you get a chance perhaps post the menu please?

Originally Posted by SnappyJon
And me! BA61 in a couple of weeks if anyone is heading that way and doesnt mind grabbing some images of the menu

Believe that the local vineyard I walk my dog through is now the sparkling wine for this quarter so hopefully good news for Wiston Vienyard 👌🏻
It's always good to add the actual route (LHR-MLE) as folks can then see where your travelling to
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Old Jan 5, 2024, 5:39 pm
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Im flying LHR-LAX Club World on Thursday will share then.
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Old Jan 6, 2024, 10:55 am
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Old Jan 6, 2024, 10:56 am
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The goats cheese was served so cold it was practically frozen and the beef lacked sauce unfortunately. But excellent service from the crew
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Old Jan 6, 2024, 10:57 am
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Ba0061 lhr-mle

menu for Heathrow to Male 6th January.
I had soup and beef, both tasty, but beef a bit dry. My wife liked the fish.


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Old Jan 6, 2024, 11:15 am
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menu for Heathrow to Male 6th January
Thank you! Have a fabulous time
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Old Jan 6, 2024, 12:40 pm
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That LHR-MLE menu looks quite alcoholic. I don't suppose there are many Maldivian muslims on board but it would limit choices for those who don't drink out of preference, for medical reasons or whaever.
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Old Jan 6, 2024, 1:46 pm
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Thanks, that's very useful as we're on the same flight on Tuesday.

Was there also a second meal or afternoon tea choice?
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Old Jan 6, 2024, 1:47 pm
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LGW - CUN

Thanks, that's very useful as we're on the same flight on Tuesday.

Was there also a second meal or afternoon tea choice?
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Old Jan 6, 2024, 1:51 pm
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Originally Posted by andys84
The goats cheese was served so cold it was practically frozen and the beef lacked sauce unfortunately. But excellent service from the crew
Thanks, that's very useful as we're on the same flight on Tuesday.

Was there also a second meal or afternoon tea choice?
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Old Jan 6, 2024, 2:29 pm
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Panang curry was a good choice
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Old Jan 6, 2024, 2:30 pm
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Originally Posted by Caerbannog
That LHR-MLE menu looks quite alcoholic. I don't suppose there are many Maldivian muslims on board but it would limit choices for those who don't drink out of preference, for medical reasons or whaever.
The Maldives are quite popular in the Muslim community for couple retreats and honeymoons.
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