Delta One Business Class JFK-LAX Meal Service


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On a recent trip between New York and Los Angeles, I got to experience Delta’s new enhanced meal service onboard this transcontinental flight. Delta currently flies a mixture of 767’s and 757’s between these two cities, both which offer lie-flat seats in Delta One.

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As it was a dinner flight, it featured the signature menu from celebrity chef Michael Chiarello, which is a Mediterranean style menu.

Below is the choices of entrees onboard the dinner flights:

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To start, I had a rum and coke, which was served with a bag of nuts. Note, Delta no longer serves hot nuts onboard, but these packaged ones aren’t half bad.

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Next was the appetizer tray which consisted of marinated fennel and kalamata olives, salami, marinated goat cheese, arugula pesto spread and crostini. There was also a side salad which had oven-dried grapes and hazelnuts, a side of parmesan dip and warm bread.

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Overall, I was very impressed with the appetizers onboard this flight.

For the entree I went with the short ribs, which were served in a red wine sauce with cheesy polenta triangles, pearl onions and vinegar, which I would highly recommend.

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For dessert, the choice was between a selection of old world cheeses or salted caramel gelato. How could I say no to gelato, which is what I went for.

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Bottom Line

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Overall I was really impressed with Delta’s meal service onboard this flight in Delta One. Have you experienced this meal service before, if so comment below!

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Comments

  1. it’s “fettuccine” not “fettuccini” — if restaurants mispell Italian words that’s usually a sure sign that the meal is going to be pretty bad (for example, “Arrabiatta” instead of the correct “Arrabbiata”).

  2. It has been like that for a while, however the service and offerings are much better than other US airlines.

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