Round Two of Air Asia's New In-Flight Meals

Once again, I was given the chance to devour Air Asia's In-Flight Meals! This time around, it was launched in the gorgeous island of Panglao, specifically at Amorita Resort. I'm excited to write about that experience as well. That resort is beautiful!!!

Anyway, if you would like to see my first Air Asia In-Flight Meal experience, you can read about my full review here.

Before I start with the new ones, allow me to commemorate Air Asia's Uncle Chin's Chicken Rice. That one still tops my list. It's still available, by the way. So, if you're taking an Air Asia flight soon, give it a try. If you have and you liked it as well, fist bump to you!

Let me just answer the question inside your brain right now. Yes, we did eat everything here - the hot meals, sandwiches, and desserts. I swear to God, noodle strings were threatening to come out of my nostrils! That was my level of full. It was a great problem to have, so no complaints.

Even if you know what you're about to have, there is still that mysteriousness that befalls airplane food as you peel off the foil lid. Will it be something to have just to pass the time away inside the plane or does it have, at the very least, an almost-there taste?

The flavor of Air Asia's Chicken Lasagne is surprisingly exact. From the photo, I know that it doesn't look much, but it is entirely different in real-life. There's a good amount of cheese in there, al dente lasagna noodles {seriously!}, and wins in lasagna sauce power.

I've already professed my like for the Thai Green Curry as well as the Nasi Lemak in my previous post, but I'm gonna do it again. I'm still in like with them both! Love is what I feel for the Chicken Rice.

Speaking of feelings, some feel that the Thai Green Curry's heat level is too mild. It's just right for me, though. I like everything about it - from the creaminess of the sauce to the tender chicken chunks!

Like I said before, the Nasi Lemak is a must-order. The only problem I have with it tough is the loss of the ikan bilis' crispness. That's pretty understandable since the moisture that it has acquired from being covered has stripped away its textural purpose. It would be much better, I think, if they place them on a separate plastic pouch as an add-on for later.

The Beef Bulgogi was quite a joy to eat, too. It's very tasty and filling! The hot meals are all priced at PhP 150. For an extra PhP 50, you can have the combo. It includes one drink and one dessert.

Beyond "Chicken or beef, Ma'am?"
Sandwich PhP130-150   /  Chocolate Meringue  PhP 100   / Chocolate Chip Cookies PhP 90

Air Asia's meal trolleys are stacked with lighter treats such as sandwiches, cookies, cup noodles, an assortment of chips, and drinks. Dessert is something I eagerly look forward to and always eat no matter how full I get. Who's with me?

My friends are raving about the Red Velvet Cake {PhP 120}. It's really good! I prefer the Chocolate Meringue {middle photo}, though. It's a nice sweet fix in the sky! 

Unless you want to take a chance on whatever they have on board, it is better to pre-order your preferred hot meals, sandwiches, and snacks. You can do that HERE!   

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