For many, the travel experience often begin with the inflight meals on the flight. While impeccable service always leaves lasting positive impressions, the food served 35,000 feet in the air is another way to make the trip memorable.
Inflight meals to remember
Airlines have realized the importance of serving delicious — and Instagram-worthy — inflight meals, be it for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. It’s a simple way to introduce passengers to a local cuisine and pique their curiosity about what’s on their plate.
After all, food not only fills the stomach, but also serves as a gateway to new and exciting cultural experiences that lay ahead.
Check out the best inflight meals we’ve had so far on Eva Air, and tell us about your own favorites.
Filipino breakfast | Eva Air, Manila to Taipei
This set of Filipino favorites sends passengers off with a taste of home before they head out to explore other corners of the world. Sweet and salty — flavors Filipinos cannot live without — are fairly represented here.
Japanese lunch | Eva Air, Taipei to Tokyo
Notice the little standee that briefly describes the inflight meals laid out for passengers. It’s great for encouraging the hesitant eater to try out new things. Besides, what’s traveling without a little culinary adventure added to the mix?
Japanese dinner | Eva Air, Tokyo to Taipei
Yes, the food is as tasty as it is photogenic. Done in true Japanese style, every plate reflects Japan’s love affair with meticulous food preparation. Every detail is purposeful. If this is what Japanese food is like on a plane, imagine what awaits when you land and find yourself exploring the best of the country’s culinary landscape with Eva Air.
Chinese dinner | Eva Air, Tokyo to Taipei
Even the sleepiest passenger itching to dim the lights and recline their chairs will find the strength to eat inflight meals composed of classic Chinese cold cuts, dim sum and noodles. Everyone knows that a full tummy often results in deeper sleep.
Other inflight meals on EVA Air
What have your inflight meal experiences been like? Let us know in the comments, or better yet, show us! Email us here. And read more about our inflight adventures in Travelife Magazine.