Delta First Class Bolognese Pasta Dinner

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Greetings and Happy Monday evening. I’m headed out west this week, and luckily my upgrade on Delta cleared at a battlefield upgrade this evening, so cheers to a first class dinner onboard a Delta 737-900!

You can also view our recent Delta First Class/Business Class Meal Reviews:

Delta Rum and Coke

Started with a classic rum and coke

Delta First Class Bolognese Pasta Dinner

For dinner was the choice of chicken tikka or pasta.

I opted for the pasta which appeared to be a rigatoni bolognese served with chunky red wine mushroom sauce. On the side was a salad of lettuce & radicchio with grape tomatoes & parmesan and for dessert was ice cream.

My seat mate’s chicken tikka was served with coconut rice, garlic spinach, grilled naan bread.

Overall a decent meal on a Delta long haul domestic flight, that’s not a true transcontinental JFK-LAX/SFO flight such as my recent New York (JFK) to San Francisco in Delta One.

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Have you experienced Delta’s long-haul domestic catering lately in First Class? It seems like they’ve up their game, so I’d be interested to hear your thoughts below!

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