KLM's Food

There is free food on all KLM flights. However around Europe food on KLM can be somewhat basic, and on the City Hopper flights comes in very small quantities indeed.

Plastic knives & forks are used on all flights in economy, however in business KLM is once again using stainless steel knives on all flights other than those to and from North America and the UK.

Trans-Europe KLM Economy

Lunch Jan 2004

Lunch Wega bagette

A brown bagette covered with a sprinkling of seeds, buttered with three slivers of processed cheese, and pieces of cellary and tomatto.

A tub of Calypso orange juice, and a cup of coffee. Salt and pepper.

This is the "advanced" version of the standard KLM Bagette, and comes with extra timmings such as half a dozen chopped bits of celary and tomatto under the layer of processed cheese.

Goodness knows why this is called a Wega, but it's pretty good - the best you'll get on a KLM flight. It is normally only available on flights leaving from Amsterdam.
Lunch Jan 2004

Mid afternoon bagette

A brown bagette, buttered with three slivers of processed cheese.

A tub of Calypso orange juice, and a cup of coffee. Salt and pepper.

The is the much more regular bagette, on trans-Europe flights during the day and from flights heading to Amsterdam.


CityHopper Flights

KLM Lunch March 2005

Breakfast Koek

A MegaBite single Bevulde Koek (Midi)

A tub of "Fruity King" orange juice.

Kind of like a large flan, this is what City Hopper serves up for breakfast.

Actually it's pretty tasty - goodness knows what is this, but it hits the spot.
Lunch Jan 2004

Nibbles

A packet of nibbles, shaped like playing cards

A tub of "Fruity King" orange juice.

This is yet another sign of economy cuts at KLM - even the packet of mid-afternoon nibbles has got smaller.