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Thanks to the outstanding work of the folks in DTW to get me onto my morning flight out to LAX I had the chance to try the above broccoli quiche breakfast (see other 1st class meal reviews here).
Now I know the slice looks somewhat lonely all by itself on the plate but I have to say it really was quite good and an interesting idea since so many say that “eggs are never good on an airplane”. This may be the solution to that problem.
The quiche itself was nice, if not a tiny bit dry. I used the butter included and that was just the touch it needed for me. The cheese topping was crisp and even the broccoli added a nice flavor to the dish. Other than the back end crust I enjoyed each bite. It could have used a side of protein like sausage maybe?
The bagel was decent size and it is always a tall ask for the FAs to warm them, but not over warm them, in the ovens. This one was a tiny bit over but really OK.
I am constantly and continually amazed, no matter what time of the year it is, how good the fruit is as the final touch of most breakfasts or even lunch at times. I have had worse fruit at more hotel buffets than any Delta flights.
Lastly I really like the new Alessi everything from Delta and the new trays are so much more pleasant than the old faux wood tray ones. The only drawback I would say is the strength. They seem rather flimsy by comparison. Oh, and the napkin ring was missing but then again to me is not really needed anyway.
I thought by comparison I would compare the outbound breakfast to the return where the fruit again was good but the bagel was, well, disappointing. The omelet with red peppers and cheese was so-so and the sweet potatoes were somewhat mushy. The sausage was also just OK. I would have much rather had the quiche again but maybe they could add some sausage to it next time?
Have you had either of the above Delta 1st class breakfasts? Did you enjoy either one? – René
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