Taste7.9 Quality8.3 Appearance8.2 Quantity6.7 Service7.6 7.7Overall ScoreWelcome aboard Brussels Airlines flight SN502 from New York (JFK) to Brussels aboard an Airbus A330 aircraft. Departing at 6pm local time our flight time is approximately six hours that means we would have dinner served possibly followed by a breakfast service just before landing in Brussels at 7am. ‘Chicken or Fish?’ asked the ‘experienced’ flight attendant (not long after the first drinks service) and our decision was chicken!OUR MEAL?Our Brussels airlines meal was actually quite delicious and consisted of:A hot meal of Chicken Pieces in an Asian Style Sauce accompanied by Snow Peas and Rice, a Chicken Caesar Salad, Monterey Jack Cheese, and a Carrot and Walnut cake!WHAT WAS GOODThe salad was HUGE! If you are familiar with airline meal tray salads you know that they are generally quite small and this salad was far from that. The Asian style chicken was not too dry and the rice (which can normally be hard and sticky) was actually good!NOT SO GOODBreakfast was served very quickly and we were given a very simple box which contained a Muffin, a mini Toblerone and a Juice. We thought it was a little basic and we wouldn’t have said no to a hot breakfast, but maybe we are just being greedy? Oh and we received a cup of coffee too!THE SERVICEService from the crew was nice, of course you had those crew members that were chatty and re-filling glasses without asking and then you had those who couldn’t get the service done quick enough.TIP!If you happen to be flying with Brussels Airlines from Brussels on long haul services in Business Class, the airline works with celebrity chefs to offer a taste of Belgium on select flights. These inflight menus change every 3-4 months so look out for them!WOULD WE EAT ON BRUSSELS AIRLINES AGAIN?Yes we would, however we really feel that the breakfast boxes need more quality products in order to make them a decent breakfast box. A Muffin and Toblerone probably have way too much sugar to be classified as being a breakfast snack, how about a small sandwich or something a little more savoury?