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The best and the worst of #planefood

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Anyone who has been on a plane would know that it's sometimes a hit or a miss with the in-flight food.

Social media users all over the world have been posting up pictures of their prepared in-flight meals with the #planefood.

Since the quality of in-flight meals vary greatly between different airlines, there are some that come close a 5-star meal while others look more like some form of bodily fluid.

Some were edible and pleasant enough.










Others were just representations of food nightmares.


Is that pasta sauce??

Opened wrappers??

No wonder children don't want to eat their veges.

Hummus in a tube??


And of course, business and first class takes indulgence to a whole new level:


Excellent afternoon tea tapas plate selection by British Airways @british_airways

A photo posted by Daniel Hall (@danielhalluk) on Sep 27, 2015 at 11:07am PDT





Japanese meal on the plane out of Nagoya this morning. #planefood #singaporeairlines

A photo posted by Jonathan Rudd (@jonrudd121) on Sep 30, 2015 at 1:29am PDT



Singapore  Airlines and Scoot have had quite positive reviews so far.






What are some of your best or worst #planefood experience?





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