Passenger Asks His Embassy For Help To Escape Bad Airline Food

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  1. Disagree on breakfast. That post speaks to me. I have a limited amount of adventurousness when I comes to foreign food (Asian specifically) and don’t like a really umami-packed breakfast. I love just getting eggs, oatmeal, sausage, fruit…I workout every morning and, if not on business, will usually be hiking or walking a lot and I want a ton of calories for breakfast. Takes the pressure off of lunch and dinner if I try some street food I don’t want to finish or pick a mediocre dinner entree.

    I stayed at a Hilton Garden Inn in Mongkok Hong Kong (not a super westernized neighborhood) and loved their American breakfast spread each morning.

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