Airline Menu Offers Dog Food To Passengers In Translation Blunder

The food served on planes doesn’t have the best reputation, but it's doubtful that anyone has ever compared airline food to dog food. Recently, passengers on China Eastern Airlines were left baffled after they were offered "imported dog food" on their flight as a menu option, rather than more palatable dishes you would expect. The shocking revelation not only raised concerns about the airline's quality control, but also left travelers shocked at the thought of being served pet food instead of the gourmet offerings during their upscale journey. It turns out that there was an error in translation, though it's not clear what the menu item was intended to be. The menu displayed a variety of dishes, including appetizers, soups, and breads, with options like vanilla shrimp, asparagus tips, grilled steak, and more. Passengers joked that at least the airlines was offering "imported" dog food and not just your run-of-the-mill Alpo.