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Malaysia Airlines nasi lemak: Then and now

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KUALA LUMPUR: The 'nasi lemak telanjang' issue involving Datuk Chef Wan continues to be a topic of discussion on the internet as many expressed their disappointment over the national dish served on board Malaysia Airlines economy class.

Several passengers have shared the fact this dish has been served by the country's national carrier but it didn't look like the photo uploaded on Chef Wan's Instagram.

The website AirlineMeals.net allows passengers to upload photos of their airline meals to the website and some have uploaded photos of the nasi lemak dish from different years.

This photo was uploaded by Jerry Yong in 2010 during his Kuala Lumpur-Tokyo flight. It contains rendang and sambal udang:

Nasi Lemak

This photo was uploaded by Jensen on April 2011 on board a MAS flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur:

Nasi Lemak

KKWong uploaded this photo of a nasi lemak dish served in November 2011 during a flight from Kota Kinabalu to Kuala Lumpur:

Nasi Lemak

This is a Nasi Lemak dish served in a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Osaka in November 2013: It was uploaded by Augustine Err.

Nasi Lemak

This is the photo uploaded by Chef Wan on January 29:

Nasi Lemak
On Saturday, through a statement issued to Astro Awani, Malaysia Airlines expressed their gratitude to Chef Wan for the comment and will improve the quality of food in their flights.

However, Twitterjaya are still abuzz over the 'nasi lemak telanjang' dish:








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Tags: Malaysia Airlines, Nasi Lemak, inflight meals, MAS