Airline food has always been an experience that I've found fascinating! Small compartmentalized food experiences, hermetically sealed, and ready to be "enjoyed" at 40,000 feet! Below are my food mishaps on the way to Melbourne.
The first meal of my flight, and an important choice: Chicken/Rice or Beef/Potato.
The KitKat is a nice touch, albeit the dressing of (no)choice was French.
Second meal of the flight: Breakfast. This time I had the choose of chicken noodle or sausage omelette. (Given the choice of airline eggs or anything else, I will always pick the other option) I found it novel that the roll associated with the meal was dependent on which dish selected: the only time this happened during my travel meals. (Above you see the Chinese style roll; all other meals came with a western style dinner roll)
Beef noodles for dinner (no Kit Kat this time, but it's replacement was tasty)
Of all the mediocre airline meals I had on my way to Australia, this was the best: Breakfast pork noodles. By this time in my journey I was roughly 2 hours from landing, and eager to choose my own culinary destiny!