Renowned chef Sanjeev Kapoor on Monday hit out at Air India after he was served unsatisfactory meals on a flight from Nagpur to Mumbai.
He shared photos of his meal on twitter, describing the food items as "cold" chicken tikka, sandwich with very little filling and a dessert terming it "sugar syrup".
"Wake Up @airindiain. Nagpur-Mumbai 0740 flight. Cold Chicken Tikka with watermelon, cucumber, tomato & sev Sandwich with minuscule filling of chopped cabbage with mayo Sugar syrup Sponge painted with sweetened cream & yellow glaze," Kapoor said on Twitter.
"Really! Is this what Indians should eat for breakfast?" he said in another tweet.
Few hours later, Air India replied to the tweet with the following message: "Sir, your input is vital to us. As part of our ongoing service improvements, starting tomorrow, our partners Taj Sats and Ambassador will take care of this market. I am confident that moving forward, you will like the meals onboard more!
Last week, Trinamool Congress MP Mimi Chakraborty had complained on a social media platform after she found a strand of hair in her in-flight meal. The actor-turned-politician said that she found a strand of hair in the meal she was served on an Emirates flight. She had also shared related pictures on Twitter.