First Class on Singapore Airlines B777-300ER from Munich (MUC) to Singapore (SIN)

Boarding for flight SQ327 from Munich to Singapore commenced on schedule. Based on the crowd at the gate, it wasn’t exactly a very full flight.


After boarding, I settled into seat 1D, and elected to have a glass of orange juice prior to takeoff.


I also browsed through the menu, and was looking forward to lunch after takeoff as I was famished.


First Class was pretty empty on this flight, and seat 2F was reserved for supplementary crew.


For lunch, I had the pressed duckliver and smoked duck terrine with pineapple carpaccio, which was decent.


The tom yum kung that followed was packed full of flavour.


For the main, I chose the roasted seabass with noilly prat sauce, fennel confit, slow roasted vine ripened tomato and steamed potato. Everything on the plate went very well together, I must say.


Gordon’s chocolate truffle cake with milk ice cream and raspberry coulis was simply divine.


I must’ve slept most of the way that I gave the light bites menu a miss. I awoke to the breakfast service just about 2 hours prior to touch down.


I had a plate of fresh fruit, yoghurt and croissant to start. I always love the warm and fresh rolls on board Singapore Airlines.


For the main I had scrambled eggs with chicken sausage, tomato, mushrooms and potatoes.


That was a quick 12 hours. Time really flies when you’re enjoying yourself.