I was assigned seat 1F for this flight from London to Singapore. There were only 2 other passengers on board with me, and seat 2C was reserved for technical crew. With only 8 seats, the First Class cabin onboard Singapore Airlines is always as exclusive as ever. Do note that some B777-300ER aircraft have been configured to only a single row of 4 seats in First Class, which provides a lot more privacy.
I decided to have a glass of apple juice prior to takeoff.
As I settled into my seat, I started browsing through the entertainment options on Singapore Airlines’ award winning KrisWorld inflight entertainment.
Dinner was served soon after we departed London. I’m personally not a fan of goose liver pate, but decided to go with it anyway. It was simply too rich for me that I had to spread it over some garlic bread to finish it off. No wonder the crew gave me curious looks.
The Asian clear soup and salad that followed were tasty.
For the main course, I had the cod served with vegetables. The cod was well prepared, and it simply melting in my mouth.
And the dessert was simply divine.
Soon it was time for bed. I had several hours of uninterrupted sleep when I suddenly felt hungry again. Passengers in First and Business have the option of a light snack in between meals. I decided on fish ball kway teow, which came with sliced red chilli in light soy sauce as a condiment.
I awoke to the breakfast service, which began with a lovely selection of fresh fruit.
Between cereal and yoghurt, I had picked the latter. In First, the crew will always make it a point to serve yoghurt in a bowl, unlike in Business where the yoghurt may be left in the original packaging.
As for the fresh rolls, I always pick the croissant, which was fluffy and buttery as usual.
As Singapore beckoned, I couldn’t wait to land to have my nasi lemak, so I decided to have it on board, since it was available on the menu.
Before I knew it, we had commenced our descent into Singapore.
Another lovely flight with Singapore Airlines.