Airline The food is not known for its perfect plates, but a new Instagram account allows followers to judge whether a meal in flight is good or bad.
Foodselfie " asks users to send photos of their food on board with the date and flight number, and the account can republish some of them. From there, the 10 000 account subscribers will rank the plates on a scale from 1 to 10.
The flow of the account is filled with offers from different airlines. The dish of a Brazilian airline showing a piece of overcooked pasta mixed with peas and corn scored lower with vomiting emojis. In the meantime, supporters have also criticized a United Airlines dish containing greasy chicken breast and potatoes.
"It looks like a TV dinner," wrote a user.
But fodder is not just about heated lumpy food - it also includes relatively decadent meals. Etihad Airways received rave reviews for its three-course meal served with pink champagne for first-class passengers.
Travelers also praised the offer of Malaysian Airlines business class, which included a cooked lamb shank and a chicken satay.
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