Airline Food is not known for its perfect plates, but a new Instagram account lets followers judge how good – or bad – a meal is on the plane.
"Airplane Foodselfie" asks users to send photos of onboard food along with their date and flight number, and the account can re-book some of them. From there, the 10,000 followers of the account rate the dishes on a scale of 1 to 10.
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The feed of the account contains offers of different airlines and classes. The court of a Brazilian airline, which showed a pea-corn-lump mixed with cooked pasta, received lower ratings and vomited emojis. In the meantime, supporters also slammed a United Airlines dish with greasy chicken breasts and potatoes.
"Looks like a TV dinner," wrote one user.
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However, the food not only consists of lumpy, warmed food, but also includes relatively decadent meals. Etihad Airways received excellent reviews for its three-course menu with pink champagne for first-class passengers.
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Travelers also praised the Malaysian Airlines business class offerings, which included a braised lamb shank and chicken satay.
This story originally appeared in the New York Post.