By far my favourite crew-meal! This pie is absolutely
fantastic and I could easily gobble my way through a hundred in a
flight! Great pastry, plenty of filling and just the right amount of
veg to complement but not overpower the wonder of this outstanding pie!
Someone left the potato in a little too long. Couldn't eat it
as it was burned to a crisp - and the cheese had melted away to nothing.
Still, having had baked potato for a crew-meal in the past, I am sure
it tasted good in it's former life.
Never heard of the fish Escolar before, so
was keen to try it. Turned out to be really very nice indeed! The rice
was lovely, if not a little gooey (meant to be that way?) and the veg
was very well cooked. There was a sauce with this dish, but not totally
sure what kind.
Britain's favourite dish on the world's favourite
Sausages, mmmm. Mashed potato, mmmm. Onion gravy, mmmm. Just the right
amount of everything in this meal to make it one of the nicest crew meals
I've had in a long time. The gravy was particularly nice. Peas were a
little dry though (not that I ate 'em!).
Fantastic bit of meat; juicy and tender
and cooked to perfection! Nice char-grilled flavour but not too overpowering.
Potato slices made a nice change from the usual roast-potatoes and the
gravy really complemented the whole dish. The vegetables were a little
"mushy" but the spinach was fab!
Really bland. British Airways know how
to do a good Korma,but this fell well short of the usual standards. There
was a lack of chicken, the rice was dry and there was very little taste
to the dish. Pity.
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