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American First class meals

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  1. Anonymous

    Dear Lucky

    I will be taking a series of domestic flights on American next week, and have the option to pre-order a meal. I have two tighter connections, so will probably not get food on the ground. Should I pre-order, and if so are there things to avoid


  2. Charles S.

    So I would recommend posting the options available here and people can make their recommendations. Kind of hard to generalize without seeing exactly what is available and breakfast, lunch, and dinner all present different options.

  3. Anonymous

    If you have a preference I’d certainly order in advance, there’s no reason not to. If you post the options we’ll certainly chime in.

    In general, I get the eggs for breakfast, the salad for lunch, and go 50/50 between the pasta and the meat on dinnertime flights. I do the meat if it doesn’t sound horrible, while otherwise I’ll go with the pasta. The chicken is usually fine, while I find the beef to be pretty bad, when it’s an option.

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