The airline's food is not known for its perfect plates, but a new Instagram account is allowing followers to judge how good – or bad – a meal is in flight.
"Airplane Foodselfie" asks users to send photos of their food in flight along with the date and flight number and the account can republish some of them. From there, the 10,000 followers of the account will evaluate the plates on a scale of 1 to 10.
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The feed of the account is full of offers of different airlines and classes. The dish of a Brazilian airline showing a piece of hot pasta mixed with peas and corn received lower scores along with emoji vomits. Meanwhile, the followers have also slammed a United Airlines plate containing a greasy chicken breast and potatoes.
"It looks like a dinner on TV", wrote a user.
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But the feed is not all about lumpy and heated 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.
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Travelers also praised the Malaysian Airlines business class offer, which included a stewed lamb shank and chicken satay.
This story originally appeared in the New York Post.