Home time, and it was a full flight – with one seat reserved for pilots?
Satay’s always enjoyable – and not something you always receive on the SYD-SIN route.
Passed on the caviar on this flight and instead had a very enjoyable poached lobster with confit of eggplant, capsicum and balsamic vinaigrette
Cream of sweet red pepper with sliced chicken breast and cilantro cream
Then the book the cook Chicken Biryani -an Indian specialty – Fragrant Basmati rice, cooked with aromatic spices and herbs, served with chicken, dal channa and pineapple raita
I was bursting at the seams at this point and passed on dessert – instead having the bed made up.
Breakfast was a multi course affair
The bircher muesli had a flavour well above its appearance.
I passed on the bread basket but a good selection
I was pretty disappointed with a very bland book the cook of Pad Thai Noodles with chicken and prawns. Should have stuck with the a la carte menu.
Thought it would be rude not to have a little champers to freshen up!
Perhaps unsurprisingly, Dom Perignon is best enjoyed without OJ
funky little feature of seat 1F is the power for medical devices – I’m guessing for CPAP machines and the like.