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Flying with SQ: SIN-HCM, HCM-SIN

06 September 2010

As I'm typing this post I'm already looking forward to my next trip... next week! Maybe I'm just trying to psyche myself up because the work has been going on no-end, but well, enjoy myself while I am at it right. Being in the driver's seat can be exciting stuff, even more so when you're sitting behind the flag with the crescent and stars and knowing what you do can make a difference.

Food, of course, keeps the energy up. I can't say the food onboard SQ is the most satisfying I had, but it would do to keep me occupied for some time. I hear food on long-haul flights are way better, and judging from what I've been having so far I'm inclined to believe that too. Guess I will leave it to my Citibank PremierMiles Card to take me places next year, I know I'm nicely on track for a good ticket or two :)

Stir-Fried Noodles with Chicken

The Stir-Fried Noodles with Chicken was quite unappetising, but I finished it up all the same because I was quite hungry. Probably too much salt, even MSG, in the thick, sweet sauce. At least the pandan-kaya cake made up for the otherwise terribly disappointing main course.

Sausage with Omelette

If noodles don't work for you , perhaps you would like some Sausage with Omelette then. It looks too simple if you ask me, and I doubt it would have filled me up one bit.

Fried Rice with Fried Fish Fillet

Lunch was a much better affair as compared to brunch. The Fried Rice with Fried Fish Fillet was pretty decent stuff, with a discernible flavour and aroma to it. I must qualify though that I have simple, easy-to-please tastebuds, so if you're frowning at my satisfaction with in-flight food, well just know where I'm coming from. It would be silly walking into an airplane and expecting gourmet-standard fare anyway.

Pictures taken with the iPhone 4.

7 Foodie Comments:

Hungrybunny said...

Hi Harris,you job sounds interesting.
What are those in the boxes with the stir fried noodles?Looks like some fruits and cakes..?

September 7, 2010 at 9:49 AM
Anonymous said...

Aah, msg. Can you believe they sell this stuff in ntuc?!

September 7, 2010 at 8:47 PM
*Harris said...

Hungrybunny: It IS interesting :) on the boxes, you are spot on - pandan kaya cake (the green piece) and sliced fruits!

oysterdiaries: and yet they put it on a "premium" airline called singapore airlines haha

September 10, 2010 at 12:36 AM
Xinli said...

=o the bread wrapped in plastic sure looks unappetizing and it reminds me of the nightsnacks I had in NS!

September 10, 2010 at 8:01 AM
Glenn Lee said...

Ahh, night snacks. It does, it does.

September 10, 2010 at 10:22 AM
*Harris said...

HAHA! Actually the bread was so tough and unappetising that I think those night snacks are betterr.

September 11, 2010 at 1:32 PM
Xinli said...

haha! i guess Thai Airways wins SQ when it comes to bread =d

September 11, 2010 at 2:34 PM

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