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Difference between BTC "Japanese Meal" and "Kyo Kaiseki"?

Difference between BTC "Japanese Meal" and "Kyo Kaiseki"?

Old Aug 1, 19, 12:39 pm
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Difference between BTC "Japanese Meal" and "Kyo Kaiseki"?

I was just booking doing a Book The Cook selection today for a First SIN-HKG flight and it offered me a "Japanese Meal" and a separate "Kyo Kaiseki". Are these the same meal or different things?

Ideas?
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Old Aug 1, 19, 6:24 pm
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https://www.singaporeair.com/en_UK/u...enu-singapore/

should merge with this thread too
Book the Cook thread
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Old Aug 4, 19, 12:59 am
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always opt to kyo-kaiseki. japanese meal is also a BTC option for J
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Old Aug 5, 19, 4:29 pm
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Originally Posted by epigram View Post
always opt to kyo-kaiseki. japanese meal is also a BTC option for J
Thanks so much. This was a much more useful answer than sending me to an 84 page thread that I had already gone through.
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Old Aug 5, 19, 5:52 pm
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Caution: You might not get caviar

The Kyo Kaiseki and Japanese meals consists of appetizer, main and dessert.

SQ tends to load less caviar when someone orders a Kyo Kaiseki. So if it's a full flight and everyone else orders caviar, you might not get any.
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Old Aug 6, 19, 9:18 am
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Originally Posted by daniellam View Post
The Kyo Kaiseki and Japanese meals consists of appetizer, main and dessert.

SQ tends to load less caviar when someone orders a Kyo Kaiseki. So if it's a full flight and everyone else orders caviar, you might not get any.
Thanks for the warning. I'll have my caviar treatment on the following flight.

One Flyertalker gave me the idea when flying CX, to ask in the morning when you wake up if there is any caviar left and to add it on top of the scrambled eggs. Delicious and decadent.
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