Korean Air – Do They Serve the Best Airplane Food? (video)

(If you can’t see the video, watch it here: http://youtu.be/8ND3a0rpfIw)

You’ve probably eaten a lot of bad airplane food.

But have you had good airplane food?

I’ve taken Korean Air a few times now, and I’d have to say their food is some of the best airplane food of any airline I’ve ever flown.

Normally, when you fly with Korean Air, you have the choice of a few Western dishes, or the “Korean meal” as they call – which is bibimbap – the awesome Korean rice salad mixture.

You should choose the bibimbap, which is one of my favorite Korean dishes.

Of course, you can’t compare food at a restaurant on solid ground to airplane food – it’s not going to compare – but for airplane food, I think Korean Air does a great job.

Any other airlines with good food?

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Comments

  1. says

    I like this idea of documenting airplane food! I used to work for Asiana Airlines (the competitor of Korean Air ) as a cabin crew and that chilli paste in a tube is called “ko-ju-jang” (sounds like) , and passengers always ask for seconds or 3rds of it when Bibimbap is served.
    Malaysia Airlines has awesome food on board too. (just not the snacks) I like their Nasi Lemak its really pretty good (of course as you said not comparable to the real deal on ground) but pretty fly for plane food.
    The best is their Satay service (but only on business class) which has won awards. lamb, beef and chicken satay is served as an appetizer before meals. chunky satay peanut sauce too, which is the best :)

    • says

      Hey Jean, thank you for the feedback, my first time ever to document airplane food. Thanks for the tip, now I know how to order more of the bibimbap sauce!

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