This post may contain affiliate links; please read our advertiser disclosure for more information.On the way back from Thailand, I flew United from Tokyo to San Francisco. Up until now, all of the airline food I’ve had this summer has been great. But, what United served was probably inedible. This is what United Airlines’ bad catering looks like firsthand!On our 9-hour flight from Tokyo to San Francisco, the flight attendants served dinner, which was quite good. But about 7 hours in, the flight attendants came by to serve “breakfast”. I chose the egg option since I (usually) prefer them to whatever else is offered.But when I was handed my meal, I was a bit shocked to see what I did. The sausage (or is that an uncooked hot dog?) looked frozen, and the egg looked like a kayak. At first, I didn’t think much of it, but I am truly shocked that the caterer in Tokyo thought this was even acceptable to serve. I otherwise found the catering to be excellent out of Tokyo, so I was quite puzzled by this. United’s catering has been subpar ever since COVID-19 began, and it seems like there’s no end in sight.United Airlines’ Bad Catering: Final ThoughtsOverall, I was just disappointed by the “breakfast” United had on a 9-hour flight. If you’re wondering if I ate it, I did eat the egg. I didn’t want to risk an upset stomach and eat the sausage. I also avoided the hash brown since it barely looked cooked as well. Suffice it to say, don’t fly United for the catering!What are your thoughts on this meal? Have you had worse airplane meals? Let me know in the comments below.Disclosure: Miles to Memories has partnered with CardRatings for our coverage of credit card products. Miles to Memories and CardRatings may receive a commission from card issuers. Opinions, reviews, analyses & recommendations are the author’s alone, and have not been reviewed, endorsed or approved by any of these entities.Featured: Capital One Venture – Increased 75K Welcome Offer! Capital One Venture has an increased offer right now. For a limited time you can earn 75,000 Miles after $4K spend in the first 3 months of having the card. Venture earns 2X Miles on all purchases plus 5X with Capital One travel. Points can be used for a variety of things including cash back and transferring to travel partners.


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