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Old 29 Mar 22, 10:14 PM  
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Hi all, has anyone flown with Virgin Atlantic from Heathrow to MCO lately? Trying to find out what meals are served during this flight but can't find anything online or in my booking. If anyone has some info please share. Thanks. Ryan
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Old 29 Mar 22, 11:00 PM  
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It's generally one main meal and one snack/ breakfast croissant type thing

The menu changes quite often, but it confirms to the general airline offering of chicken or beef (with a pre order veggie option)
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Old 30 Mar 22, 03:14 AM  
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We flew out a few days ago from Heathrow. Sorry to say, but honestly it was the worst food I have ever had on a Virgin flight. There was two options, chicken pasta or Thai green curry. I wish I had taken a photo of the curry, looked awful and unfortunately tasted the same. There was a chocolate pot and a packet of biscuits with soft cream cheese. No salad now. A small ice lolly was offered and then later there was the high tea with roll and scone with jam and clotted cream. I don't expect too much, I know it's airline food but it's really poor. We were in economy but my brother was in premium and his food wasn't much better. I'd bring your own food if possible.
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Old 30 Mar 22, 07:34 AM  
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I learnt long ago now to buy some nice sandwiches before boarding and never ever rely on the plane food. I wouldn't eat it at home so I sure aren't eating it on a plane.
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Old 30 Mar 22, 08:10 AM  
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At christmas it was bad I didn't lift the lid on any of my meals the kids had cheesy tomato pasta and they had forgotten to put the sauce and cheese on them, just take your own snacks and sandwiches
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Thanks for all the replies, we do tend to grab some meal deals from the shops before boarding just in case but this is our first time flying with virgin so was hopeful it would be decent food, clearly not
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Old 30 Mar 22, 10:45 AM  
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We fly on a Sunday and I was hoping for a roast style dinner 🙈.

Are the economy meals different to premium? I watched a vlog yesterday and the child’s meal (in premium) had popcorn chicken, corn on the cob and broccoli! It looked quite nice 😊
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We fly on a Sunday and I was hoping for a roast style dinner 🙈.

Are the economy meals different to premium? I watched a vlog yesterday and the child’s meal (in premium) had popcorn chicken, corn on the cob and broccoli! It looked quite nice 😊
😂 we flew New Year’s Eve I thought we might get a little glass of fizz to see in the New Year nothing 😂
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I’m thinking of preordering the vegan meal for our June flight. I have always found that slightly better than the normal offerings.
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Food was so and so. Kids didn't eat there's. I'd eat about anything tho 😂
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