Three nights in Bali
In-flight dining with CEB
In a midst of rice fields
A night with the elephants
A taste of Indonesian cuisine
Food trip at Thana Lot
Last night at the Anvaya
Flying with Cebu Pacific has gotten more exciting as it introduces some new in-flight meals that you will enjoy during long flights.
I was able to try these new Halal-certified in-flight meals during a recent trip to Bali.
In the Manila-Denpasar flight, I had the Chicken Sisig, which is diced marinated grilled chicken tossed with red onions, calamansi, chili, and spices.
For a preorder in-flight meal on a low-cost carrier, this was honestly a really good dish. I really enjoyed every spoonful of it and silently wanted another serving of it.
In the same flight, I also had one of their buy-on-board snacks, the Mini Chocolate Chip Cookies, which were really good.
On our flight back to the Philippines, I had the Beef Pares, which is beef stew cooked with star anise and spices paired with garlic rice. This meal was also quite good and the beef was surprisingly tender.
The two dishes I had are part of their airline’s new selection of preordered meals that it created with Miascor-Gate Gourmet Philippines. Aside from Chicken Sisig and Beef Pares, you can also pre-order the Beef Kare-kare, Fish Escabeche, Shrimp Alfonso Pasta, Chicken Inasal, and Ube Langka Croissant.
You can preorder these meals at least 24 hours prior to departure of your flight. You can purchase these meals when you mange your booked flights online.
Meanwhile, eating with Cebu Pacific has also become greener as it shifts to the use of ecofriendly utensils. The airline is now using compostable cutlery made from polylactic acid, which is derived from corn startch.