Nobody, not even those seated in the front cabins, looks forward to the food on an airplane. Airlines have been battling this problem for years, employing celebrity chefs, trendy ingredients and newly designed servingware. And it's actually working, according to this segment from ABC News. Dishes from the world's three most luxurious airlines — Singapore, Emirates and Qatar — were submitted to chefs Donatella Arpaia and Todd English for their expert judgement of "actually pretty good."
Not that airline chefs can exactly pack their knives and go.
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