The difference between economy meals and premium cabin meals is laughable. You’re on the same plane going to the same place, but since you’re paying WAY more for that premium seat, you get to ditch the tray of reheated slop and instead get a full meal created (sometimes) by a celebrity chef on actual plates with actual silverware. Worth the extreme price difference? Definitely not, considering that a meal at the best restaurants will set you back around $250/person and a First Class ticket vs. coach can be thousands of dollars. That said, the food is much, much better. Want to see how much better?
The Daily Meal put together a full slideshow of 10 of the most luxurious airline meals around from the world, including Etihad’s on-board chefs and Singapore’s “Book the Cook” program. Check it out here and see the full list below:
Air New Zealand
All Nippon Airways
Swiss International Air Lines