SQ First/Suite Dinner meal offer caviar?

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Old Jan 24, 13, 4:45 pm
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SQ First/Suite Dinner meal offer caviar?

I am sorry if it had been discussed before and Mod feel free to delete it if tht's the case.

I am wondering as we all know that SQ won't serve caviar on breakfast, lunch, or supper flights. How would I know if my flight would get caviar? How early or late of the flight that SQ consider it as dinner?? or if the flight is listed as "dinner" when you log-in and would like to reserve the meal...

The flight I am booked on is HKG-SIN 15:20-19:10 and SIN-SYD 20:15-5:55. Would these be full dinner with caviar? Caviar happened to be my favorite thing!

And.. if I order "Japanese meal", could I still choose caviar from the menu?
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Old Jan 24, 13, 4:50 pm
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Try doing a search.
"Caviar" yields several threads, including this one http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/singa...t-sfo-lax.html
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Old Jan 24, 13, 6:55 pm
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I have flown on SQ F from SIN-ICN (lunch) so no caviar but ICN-SFO got caviar cuz it was dinner. .The question was just what time does SQ consider the meal as dinner vs supper. SQ1 SFO-HKG leaves SFO at 10.30pm and it offers really inferior supper meal with no caviar and satay.
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Old Jan 24, 13, 8:37 pm
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Slightly off topic but where does one get SQ F menus?
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Old Jan 24, 13, 9:41 pm
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Originally Posted by fly2nrt View Post
Slightly off topic but where does one get SQ F menus?
Easy answer is you get one on the flight when you fly SQ F.

However - SQ First Menus.
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Old Jan 24, 13, 10:03 pm
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Originally Posted by WLG Base View Post
Easy answer is you get one on the flight when you fly SQ F.

However - SQ First Menus.
Thank you. Figured SQ would put it on their website.

Have 6 upcoming long haul flights in SQ F that I'm looking forward to.
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Anyone know if the 20:35 departure SIN to SYD serves caviar? It's listed as dinner and is an 8 hour flight, so crossing my fingers.
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Old Feb 1, 13, 6:10 pm
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Originally Posted by concorde02 View Post
I am wondering as we all know that SQ won't serve caviar on breakfast, lunch, or supper flights.

And.. if I order "Japanese meal", could I still choose caviar from the menu?
My recent experiences in SQ F - all longhaul flights (10+ hours).

1) to SIN, lunch and light meal - no caviar
2) from SIN, supper and breakfast - no caviar
3) to SIN, lunch and breakfast - caviar for lunch
4) from SIN, dinner and breakfast - no caviar

Yes you can select caviar (if available) and japanese meal. Note japanese meal often includes fish roe (very small amount).
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