Flying food is not known for its picture-perfect plates, but a new Instagram account lets the followers judge how good – or badly – an inflight meal.
"Aircraft Foodselfie" asks Users to send over photos of their inflight food along with dates and flight numbers, and the account can repost some of them. From there, the account's 10,000 followers will rate the disk on a scale from 1 to 10.
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The account flow is filled with offers from various airlines and classes. A Brazilian airline's dish that shows a lump of overcooked pasta mixed with peas and corn got lower scores along with puking emojis. At the same time, the supporters beat a United Airlines bowl with a fatty chicken breast and potatoes.
"Looks like a TV dinner," wrote a user.
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But the feed It is not just clumsy heated food – it also includes relatively decadent meals. Etihad Airways received rave reviews for its three course dinner served with pink champagne for first class passengers.
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Travelers also praised the Malaysian Airlines business class offer, which included a stewed lamb shaft and chicken satay.
This story originally appeared in the New York Post.