Flying with Ryanair next week to Tenerife for the first time. Does anyone know what sort of food and drinks they sell during the flight? Thanks
Champagne and caviar of course. ;-)
But buy your food before you board. Better and cheaper and you won't risk them running out. A Boots meal deal is a good start.Edited: 3:24 pm, January 07, 2013
And they charge mega-prices.I agree buy your own food before boarding.They don't even stock lemon slices (neither do easyJet) for gin and tonic (for which they have charged you £5.20) and sometimes have run out of ice.It's poor.The seat might be cheap but.....
There's only one word to describe Ryanair food - expensive.
Stock up with meal deals once airside and miniatures of spirits
· Tantalising chips (served with free box)
· Saucy soups (with free cup)
· Heavenly hot dogs (includes free ketchup)
· Succulent meatball subs (with free napkin)
· Meaty chicken fillet nuggets (served hot at no extra cost)
I hate Ryanair but I have to give anyone kudos for taking the mick out of themselves by saying they serve soup with a free cup an provide free napkins. At least their marketing department seems to have developed a small (and also free) sense of humour.
TescoDerby (I think I've been in there) your first time with Ryanair. Oh what joys await you, such riches of pleasure. As said go to boots if you are peckish and get a meal deal.
Alan, you are naughty, you know that you are not supposed to consume your own alcohol on board aircraft. Against CAA regs and all that.
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