Check out the pods we can completely lay down flat in!
All the creature comforts such as a ton of movies and TV shows individually on-demand, games, a phone, footrest, and, of course, the 8-way adjustable seat and foot rest.
My seat faces backwards, so my view out the Window during take off from Seattle was very neat.
Here's a (somewhat blurry) side view. As you can see, one seat faces forward while the one next to it faces backwards.
As I write this, we are preparing to be served dinner:
For starters, we have a choice of...
-Duck salad with beet, endive, and a walnut vinaigrette with popcorn shoots.
-An heirloom tomato salad with fresh mozzarella, basil and creamy garlic dressing.
Terrie chose the former and I chose the later. The Duck was served more in the fashion of a pate and was pretty tasty. The mozzarella, cucumber, and tomato salad was very tasty and the garlic sauce was also very good and provided a good blend of flavors.
The main course is a choice of...
-Filet of beaf with black truffle butter, roast potato wedges, and sautéed chanterelles.
-Pan-roasted scallops with warm vinaigrette, saffron potatoes au gratin, and green beans.
-Smoked mozzarella gnocchi with peperonata sauce.
-Chilled main course Indonesian-style chicken salad.
Terrie and I both chose the scallops. These were pleasantly good - not overcooked and evenly seasoned in the vinaigrette sauce. The potatoes au gratin was good but the "gratin" had more of consistency nearer to a scrambled egg versus that of a creamy cheese. Still, good flavor. The green beans were, surprisingly, done just right (remember, this is airline food - even if we're in business class pods) and very well seasoned and a good balance to the potatoes and scallops.
And for desert, the choices are...
-Cherry frangipane with vanilla sauce.
-Sweet Marion blue and Krystal Pure Cheddar.
They will also serve breakfast but I'll leave that for another post.
Ciao for now!
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