Taste8.1
Quality8.8
Appearance9.1
Quantity8.7
Service8.3
8.6Overall Score

Some may say that this flight is way over the top, others may disagree. Our view? This is probably the happiest flight in the world! We’re talking about the Hello Kitty jets, which are operated on specific routes by EVA Air based in Taiwan. For the latest information on where these Hello Kitty jets operate, please visit the airline’s site here.

Brace yourself; it’s not just the meals that are Hello Kitty themed, nearly everything on the aircraft is branded with Hello Kitty’s face. From your inflight dinner right down to the toilet paper (see the gallery below for more). On this flight the airline ensured that I would be served the kids meal at meal times, you could imagine the looks one received when the cabin crew came to deliver these kids meals to someone who was an adult…

 

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THE MEALS

The kid’s meals are delivered first by the cabin crew and come in this great box. The first thing that you notice is the Hello Kitty faces made out of the vegetables which are standard across all meals inflight.

Our two kids meals consisted of:

Pasta and meatballs served with a potato salad, fresh fruit, chocolates, and a chocolate brownie. 

Pancake with chicken served with a pasta salad, fresh fruit, chocolates, and a chocolate brownie. 

 

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HK3The regular economy class Hello Kitty meals. HK4Chicken with rice and seasonal vegetables served with pasta salad and a chocolate cake.

THE TASTE

My favourite? The kid’s meal. Not only were they creative, colourful and entertaining but the portions were quite large. If I had to narrow it down further the pasta and meatball option was tastier than the pancake option, the regular economy class meals were delicious also, but it’s hard to beat those great looking kids meals.

THE HELLO KITTY JET GALLERY

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About The Author

Founder of Inflight Feed

Nik has been running Inflight Feed since 2012, and since then he's taken well over 500 flights for work and pleasure. He documents his inflight meal experiences right here; he's also a freelance writer covering inflight meal trends, he has written for CNN and has regular columns in leading industry magazines. He's been featured in Vogue, QZ, Lifehacker, The New York Times plus many major news outlets across the globe.