First class meal service to Hawaii has thankfully been saved from many of the past airline meal cuts to the domestic product. Hawaiian Airlines has an interesting "sampler" where passengers pick three out of five or seven choices to sample as their main entree. Continental has maintained their BF product to Hawaii. While United and Delta have watered down their product to domestic standards, American Airlines still offers its flagship service (HFS) with the larger salad, sundaes, and Sam Choy-inspired main entrees.
What have your experiences been?
Also, has anyone flown HNL-DFW-HNL on AA lately? I'm interested to know what the second meal service is like on both legs. The first meal (dinner outbound, lunch inbound) will be similar to their LAX and SFO 757 flights, but what about the second service?