Discuss your meal options here

Reply

Old Feb 6, 18, 1:57 pm
  #331  
 
Join Date: Feb 2018
Programs: AC
Posts: 32
Thanks for sharing. I am flying CX F next month (my first F flight). Looking forward to the upgrade over the J meals!
kiokujai is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Feb 13, 18, 6:28 pm
  #332  
FlyerTalk Evangelist
 
Join Date: Jan 2007
Location: BOS/UTH
Programs: AA LT PLT & 4.28 MM, QR PLT, SPG LT PLT
Posts: 11,361
Originally Posted by Carfield View Post
February 2018
Cathay Pacific First Class
CX 811 Boston to Hong Kong

Snacks
Lobster roll
Does anyone have any photos of this F cabin lobster roll? If it's good, I'd much rather have it than than any of the other mains on this flight, and it's a route I fly a few times each year.
Dr. HFH is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Mar 4, 18, 1:35 am
  #333  
 
Join Date: Jun 2004
Posts: 19
Hi, We're looking at taking CX893 from SFO to HKG leaving at 00:35 in business. Since this is so late, anyone have a menu of meals? I've heard "light meal" but don't know what that really means. Anyone been on that one yet in business class?

Thanks!
atomz4peace is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Mar 4, 18, 2:50 am
  #334  
 
Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: YVR, KUL
Programs: MH, AC, AS
Posts: 1,546
Originally Posted by atomz4peace View Post
Hi, We're looking at taking CX893 from SFO to HKG leaving at 00:35 in business. Since this is so late, anyone have a menu of meals? I've heard "light meal" but don't know what that really means. Anyone been on that one yet in business class?

Thanks!
Supper then breakfast, with (optional) snack in between. Refer to the previous menus, as it should be quite similar - dips, choice of 2 main courses, optional cheese and dessert.
Breakfast almost always consists of at least eggs and dim sum.
SilverChris is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Mar 10, 18, 10:10 pm
  #335  
 
Join Date: Jan 2008
Posts: 1,382
Are the Chinese items generally better than the Western options?

Thanks!
HawaiiO is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Mar 28, 18, 1:51 pm
  #336  
 
Join Date: Jun 2006
Location: SEA
Programs: AS 75K
Posts: 940
Originally Posted by SilverChris View Post

Supper then breakfast, with (optional) snack in between. Refer to the previous menus, as it should be quite similar - dips, choice of 2 main courses, optional cheese and dessert.
Breakfast almost always consists of at least eggs and dim sum.
i'm guessing that the 2:35am flight out of YVR (CX889) has the same service flow, right?

I'm planning on just going straight to sleep after TO. you think FA's will be able to serve me the dinner meal later in the flight? also, any idea how the special meals out of YVR are? I search the CX thread but didn't find much out of YVR.
atcanobbio is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Mar 28, 18, 5:12 pm
  #337  
 
Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: YVR, KUL
Programs: MH, AC, AS
Posts: 1,546
Originally Posted by atcanobbio View Post
i'm guessing that the 2:35am flight out of YVR (CX889) has the same service flow, right?

I'm planning on just going straight to sleep after TO. you think FA's will be able to serve me the dinner meal later in the flight? also, any idea how the special meals out of YVR are? I search the CX thread but didn't find much out of YVR.
Yes, most if not all middle-of-the-night long haul departures have the same service flow.

In theory, dine on demand doesn't exist, but if you ask nicely the crew might be willing to do so.

What special meals are you considering? I recently had the Hindu meal ex-YVR which was a refreshing change but nothing outstanding.
SilverChris is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Mar 28, 18, 6:03 pm
  #338  
 
Join Date: Jun 2006
Location: SEA
Programs: AS 75K
Posts: 940
Originally Posted by SilverChris View Post
Yes, most if not all middle-of-the-night long haul departures have the same service flow.

In theory, dine on demand doesn't exist, but if you ask nicely the crew might be willing to do so.

What special meals are you considering? I recently had the Hindu meal ex-YVR which was a refreshing change but nothing outstanding.
i really want to try the Hindu meal but I'm afraid it'll be too carb heavy. What did your Hindu meal consist of? I hope it wasn't fish! I do not do seafood/fish.

My other specials meals under consideration are the fruit meal or the vegetable raw meal . I'm the type that doesn't have a big meal after 6pm and I usually break my fast until 11am-12noon the next day, so that's why I'm considering either of those two light meals.
atcanobbio is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Apr 22, 18, 3:53 pm
  #339  
 
Join Date: Nov 2014
Location: SFO/HBE
Posts: 653
Does CX offer full F menu on their HKG-HND route?
Gino Troian is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Apr 22, 18, 8:34 pm
  #340  
 
Join Date: Jun 2016
Location: Hong Kong
Programs: Lowly CX & IHG
Posts: 329
Originally Posted by Gino Troian View Post
Does CX offer full F menu on their HKG-HND route?
There's menu for HKG-NRT v.v. in #3 and #4 , which I think is more or less what you get on the HKG-HND route.
watery is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Jun 11, 18, 12:16 am
  #341  
 
Join Date: Jun 2014
Location: Hong Kong/London
Programs: CX MPC Gold, OZ Asiana Club, Hyatt DM
Posts: 156
Originally Posted by watery View Post
There's menu for HKG-NRT v.v. in #3 and #4 , which I think is more or less what you get on the HKG-HND route.
Not true. Only breakfast service for CX548 - no Kaiseki offered.
freakinflyer001 is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Jun 22, 18, 5:02 am
  #342  
 
Join Date: Dec 2013
Posts: 65
Has Krug Vintage 2004 replaced Krug NV? Or is it just a "seasonal" variation?
On the flights that Taittinger Comtes de Champagne is not offered, that is.
Kangol is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Sep 10, 18, 8:15 pm
  #343  
 
Join Date: Dec 2003
Location: Charlottesville, Va. USA
Posts: 1,318
Carfield thanks for the august f menus. I am flying f ord/hkg in a week. I think the august menus may be what i get but I'm not sure of the menu rotation schedule.
jmj9905 is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Sep 10, 18, 8:18 pm
  #344  
 
Join Date: Jul 2007
Posts: 19
Originally Posted by Dr. HFH View Post
Does anyone have any photos of this F cabin lobster roll? If it's good, I'd much rather have it than than any of the other mains on this flight, and it's a route I fly a few times each year.
If you haven't tried it yet... I got it about 2 years ago (!) and it was fantastic. Having said, I tried all their snack and were all excellent, If you want to stay away from dinner I'd suggest start with the soup (snack) before going to sleep... it sits well.
circular88 is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Sep 19, 18, 3:41 pm
  #345  
 
Join Date: Mar 2015
Programs: BA Gold Hyatt Globalist
Posts: 78
Has Krug disappeared???
Sophoclefr is offline  
Reply With Quote

Thread Tools
Search this Thread
 
  • Ask a Question
    Get answers from community experts
Question Title:
Description:
Your question will be posted in: