Chef Sanjeev Kapoor LASHES OUT At Air India For Its Poor Quality Meal, Asks, ‘Is This What Indians Should Eat For Breakfast’?

Sanjeev Kapoor slams Air India for serving a poor quality sandwich with bare minimum fillings in breakfast!

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Chef Sanjeev Kapoor LASHES OUT At Air India For Its Poor Quality Meal, Asks, ‘Is This What Indians Should Eat For Breakfast’?
Masterchef Sanjeev Kapoor recently took to his Twitter handle to slam Air India over its poor quality meal. In his latest Twitter post, he shared that he was traveling from Nagpur to Mumbai where he was served a sandwich with bare minimum fillings with cold chicken tikka. The chef asked the airlines whether this should be consumed as breakfast by Indians? His tweet went viral in no time with many social media users sharing their ordeal and unpleasant experiences.

On Monday, Sanjeev took to his Twitter handle and shared photos of the sandwiches. Alongside it, he wrote, “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.” In another follow-up post, he wrote, “Really !!! Is this what Indians should eat for breakfast??@airindiain.”




The airline was quick to take note of Sanjeev’s tweet and replied to him, writing, “Sir, your feedback is paramount to us. We're continually upgrading our services and from tomorrow this sector will be catered to by our partners Taj Sats and Ambassador. Trust you will have a better experience with the food onboard going forward!.”

For the unversed, Sanjeev Kapoor is one of the most loved chefs in India. He is widely known for hosting the culinary show Khana Khazana, which was the longest-running show on Indian Television. Notably, Kapoor is also the first chef in the world to own a 24X7 food and lifestyle channel, ‘Food Food.’ Sanjeev is also the recipient of many prestigious awards including, Padma Shri and a National Award for his contribution to Indian cuisine.



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