I however chose this to do an in flight review of the sandwiches.
The sandwiches had run out so I risked the tapas instead.
This came neatly portioned out - which was great because I didn't want the cheese but my travelling companion (of ten years today x!) did.
Due to the nature of air plane food it tends to be a bit dry and tasteless so it pays to go for stronger flavours. This paid off. The olives were still a little crunchy and had a sharp flavour, the bread was a little hard but in a nice way. The ham's flavour was more delicate than the little sausages but I think given the space and non plastic cutlery I'd have been able to separate off the layers and eat it in a more civilised way.
I am assured that the cheese was also nice and strong - and "tasted of farm, but in a good way".
This, a can of iced tea, a regular tea and a muffin came to 13 Euro which for a hungry captive audience is pretty good. I do think that good in flight comforts are something I'd look out for - we are returning on a budget airline so are unlikely to get free wifi and reasonable food then...