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I thought Swiss International Airlines had alread reached the Abyss, but apparently there’s an even deeper trench down there. On the flight back from Dublin to Zurich, my fellow travellers and myself were handed a cardboard box. Opening up, a rather pecuilar rolled up pizza looks at us. I took a bite and had to laugh, tasting the so called pizza made it clear that someone was playing a joke on us. It was simply ridiculous. The company making these is actually from Italy and specialises in innovative food solutions. They should be ashamed of themselves, and Swiss Int’l Airlines should be ashamed for serving their customers such a horrid dish with a penile appearance. Especially since on the flight from Zurich to Dublin some nice yoghurts and a muffin was handed out. Airline food and beverage directors……

Categories: Snack
Posted by therealpickygourmet on 30 May 2011
4 Comments Post a comment
  1. 05/30/2011

    looks almost lile these ‘pizzasticks’ from spettacolo cafes, which lie the whole day in the vitrine.

  2. 05/30/2011

    Oh no. They seem to do these little experiments every so often. Last time I got one was on a flight to Malaga. The sandwiches etc. may be very ordinary, but frankly ordinary is better than inedible.

  3. 05/31/2011

    oh come on, they’re not that bad. I had one on a redeye from LAX to ZRH in the morning. bland, yes, but not awful.


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