AirAsia Hotmeals

AirAsia Philippines is now offering hot meals and other food items on its flights. Aside from enjoying the flight 30,000 feet above, you can also enjoy its delicious hot meals at the same time up there.



For domestic flights checkout its three available meals. Uncle Chin’s Chicken Rice, a Chinese Malaysian favorite of fluffy  seasoned  rice served with roast chicken and accompanied with Uncle Chen’s special secret chili, ginger and garlic sauce. A Filipino favorite is the Beef Caldereta, one of Philippines finest cuisine that consists of beef cooked in tomato sauce with a blend of garlic, bell peppers, onions and peppercorns that brings the dish to a well-flavored and exquisite taste.



And my favorite and must-try hot meal is Pak Nasser’s Nasi Lemak, a traditional Malaysian favorite fragrant coconut rice served with Pak Nasser’s special chili sambal and tender chicken rendang, accompanied with traditional condiments of fried anchovies, crunchy  ground nuts and half of a hard-boiled egg. All meals are only P200 each and if you order in advance 24 hours before you pre-booked flight, you get a special 20% discount and will be ready to serve when you are inside the plane.

Must-try also are their sandwiches which are good for shorter flights like from Davao to Cebu or Cagayan de Oro to Cebu flights. Available choice is the Chicken Caesar Sandwich and my favorite the Kani Sandwich, all for P130 each. All Hotmeals and Sandwiches are Halal certified.


If you are travelling to Korea and China using AirAsia you should try its Korean Beef Steak, this Korean meal will surely satisfy every K-pop and food lover because of the perfect choice beef cooked in sweet sauce. Another meal is the Honey Glazed Soy Chicken, if you are craving for Chinese food, reward yourself with a mouth-watering chicken breast combined with the sweetness of honey and sourness of lemon that will surely please your taste-bud 30,000 feet up in the air.


Don’t forget to also try their delicious desserts. Must-try is the Sinful Chocolate Cake which is my favorite.


Author: Mike A.

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