Food Review: American Airlines Chicken Curry Multigrain Oat Square

American Airlines serves a selection of small sandwiches in their First Class snack basket onboard sub-2 hour flights, and on a recent flight, I selected the Chicken Curry Multigrain Oat Square.

Let’s take a look at the details of the flight:

Route: Vail/Eagle, CO to Dallas, TX

Aircraft: Boeing 757

Meal Window: Refreshment (after 1:31pm)

Meal: Lite Bites Chicken Curry Multigrain Oat Square

Once airborne, and following a beverage service and warm nuts to start, a lite bites snack basket was offered, since this flight fell outside of a traditional meal window.

American Airlines Chicken Curry Sandwich

It comes pre-packaged in a brown wrapper, and once unfolded, unveils a small sandwich.

American Airlines Chicken Curry Sandwich

My thoughts:

  • The sandwich was small.
  • The bread was very dry.
  • There were two slices of deli-meat style chicken inside.
  • The curry mustard sauce was a bit messy, since it had smeared inside the package.
  • The sandwich tasted processed, though had a nice curry kick to it.

Forever gone will be the days of the old full snack service, plated and with a table cloth.

If you’re on a “lite bites” flight, and are hungry, I hope this helps you better decide what to take out of the snack basket once it is passed around!

 

 

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