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After a successful $800 bump opportunity on Delta, I was rebooked in through Detroit, and fortunate as a Platinum Medallion, I cleared a battlefield upgrade at the gate, for my afternoon flight from Detroit to Denver, meaning I would also get to see Delta’s new Alessi-designed serviceware, which launched April 1st.
You can also view our recent Delta First Class/Business Class Meal Reviews:
- Delta One Transcontinental Business Class Dinner SFO-JFK
- Delta First Class Barbecue Chicken Lunch LAS-JFK
- Delta First Class Beef Tenderloin JFK-LAS
- Delta First Class Margarita and Lunch Sandwich
- Delta First Class Omelette in Business Class
- Delta First Class Bolognese Pasta Dinner
Starting with a gin and tonic, though my seat mate went for a margarita
Smoked turkey sandwich on a pretzel croissant
I opted for the hot turkey sandwich with fontina cheese on a pretzel croissant along with a side kettle chips, fruit, and a dancing deer cookie. The other option for lunch was a cold lemongrass chicken salad with pad thai rice noodles, which also looked tasty.
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Have you experienced Delta’s new domestic lunch options lately in First Class? Feel free to share your recent experiences below.
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