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Old 09-15-2008, 10:12 AM
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Where was the best chow hall, on a military installation, that you ate at?

Mine was during my mess tour, on the ship the Dixon, I was assigned to the officers dining room. Man I ate like a king, and when we had over night watch duty, a room to myself, and free run of the kitchen.

But, the best duty I heard, was working the Chiefs chow hall.

You have to admit, Navy chow rocks, three squares plus mid-rats.
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Not Mil. but Facility C Dining 1. Those of you who know, know!
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I loved eating on the Chief's mess on the JCS, but to be honest. The best chow that I have had to this date on a military installation has been on Lackland AFB in San Antonio.
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I loved eating on the Chief's mess on the JCS, but to be honest. The best chow that I have had to this date on a military installation has been on Lackland AFB in San Antonio.
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I loved eating on the Chief's mess on the JCS, but to be honest. The best chow that I have had to this date on a military installation has been on Lackland AFB in San Antonio.
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I loved eating on the Chief's mess on the JCS, but to be honest. The best chow that I have had to this date on a military installation has been on Lackland AFB in San Antonio.
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Best chow I've had was at the MI dining facility on Ft. Bragg. When the word really got out the line would stretch around the block and at one point they had to restrict it to soldiers in the surrounding barracks only.

Generally the best chow on any Army post will be the hospital chow hall.
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Best chow I've had was at the MI dining facility on Ft. Bragg. When the word really got out the line would stretch around the block and at one point they had to restrict it to soldiers in the surrounding barracks only.

Generally the best chow on any Army post will be the hospital chow hall.
The old DISCOM barracks DFAC on Longstreet is pretty good. I say old because it's now belongs to one of the BCT's. WOMAC's dining hall isn't bad.

As stated, in general, the hospital DFAC are the best. That and ones belonging to the Air Force.

187th MED BN dining facility at Ft. Sam Houston, San Antonio is ridiculously good!

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Best chow hall?? Just about every Air Force Base I was assigned at! Lackland AFB, RAF Upper Hayford, Aviano, Mather AFB, Luke AFB, McConnell AFB. Worst ever?? Army chow halls specially Fort Dix...friggin green eggs and ham!
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The 163rd INF was running FOB McHenry in Al Haweja from 04-05. They had some local hook-up for beef steaks. Every friday night they'd BBQ outside the TOC. It was better than their DFAC and the ones at FOB Warrior and FOB Speicher.
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The 163rd INF was running FOB McHenry in Al Haweja from 04-05. They had some local hook-up for beef steaks. Every friday night they'd BBQ outside the TOC. It was better than their DFAC and the ones at FOB Warrior and FOB Speicher.
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The best was at Al Udeid Air Base in Qatar at the (CAOC) Combined Air Operations Center. We had some (TCN's) third country nationals from the Philipines would would get down. Most USAF installation dining halls are contracted out now.
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The best was at Al Udeid Air Base in Qatar at the (CAOC) Combined Air Operations Center. We had some (TCN's) third country nationals from the Philipines would would get down. Most USAF installation dining halls are contracted out now.
Same way at every major FOB in Iraq and Kuwait. Most are Phillipino. The smaller FOBs have joe's working the chow lines.
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Petaluma, yorktown, and lejuine all have real good galleys. Petaluma rocks though cuz thats where the Food Service Specialists schools at so everytime you go there its awesome.
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Petaluma, yorktown, and lejuine all have real good galleys. Petaluma rocks though cuz thats where the Food Service Specialists schools at so everytime you go there its awesome.
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The best food on USAF SAC bases was in the messhalls assigned to midnight chow for flight crews & flightline staff working nights.We introduced a lot of friends to midnight chow at MacDill AFB,Brize Norton in the UK & bases in French Morocco .Whenever we were asked where we worked & who the new guys were we'd tell the cooks they were part of the tdy bomb wing that just arrived.

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The best food on USAF SAC bases was in the messhalls assigned to midnight chow for flight crews & flightline staff working nights.We introduced a lot of friends to midnight chow at MacDill AFB,Brize Norton in the UK & bases in French Morocco .Whenever we were asked where we worked & who the new guys were we'd tell the cooks they were part of the tdy bomb wing that just arrived.
Midnight chow at the flight line chow hall on Beale AFB was pretty delicious in the 70's

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Officers dining hall, USS Samuel Gompers AD-37 stands out the best. Other mentions are Naval Annex in Yokohama, and the general mess hall at NTC San Diego. It all depends upon the cooks, who is managing the hall, and the supply officer for the base/ship though. So as personnel rotate duty stations, it can change.
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Dhahran Air Base, Saudi Arabia

The Permanent side had a Restaurant (may still be there, I've been out for 9 years) for the Short Tour (1 year) Permanent folks stationed there. I was TDY in Khobar Towers several times. The chow hall(s) SUCKED there, but I always had friends that were there doing there 1yr tour. I would meet up with them a couple times a week and go to the Restaurant. ALL of there meals were paid for (whatever they wanted), yet because I was TDY I had to pay for my meals. It didn't matter, it was good and worth it. Probably not the best food I had ever had, but definitely the best military food.

Those guys ate so well, after the first few months they got tired of Lobster and Steak.

Pretty nice setups too. Each guy had there own Apartment, Vehicle and still got there alcohol Rations.
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The best dining hall chow was the one designated for returning flight crews in the USAF Strategic Air Command. In Flight Mess could be visited by any general in SAC at anytime so the food was above & beyond normal chow hall fare.I was assigned to the flight line so we made the in flight mess halls wherever we were stationed and introduced lots of our peers to the great meals .I spoke with my cousin recently who was in the usaf training command , he remembered an experience at a SAC base where he was picking up a prisoner and ended up in the in flight mess one evening for midnight chow,he said it was the best he ever had in the USAF .
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The best dining hall chow was the one designated for returning flight crews in the USAF Strategic Air Command. In Flight Mess could be visited by any general in SAC at anytime so the food was above & beyond normal chow hall fare.We were assigned to the flight line so we made the in flight mess halls wherever we were stationed 7 nights a week and introduced lots of our peers to the great meals .I spoke with my cousin recently who was in the usaf training command , he remembered an experience at a SAC base where he was picking up a prisoner and ended up in the in flight mess one evening for midnight chow,he said it was the best he ever had in the USAF .

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Where was the best chow hall, on a military installation, that you ate at?

Mine was during my mess tour, on the ship the Dixon, I was assigned to the officers dining room. Man I ate like a king, and when we had over night watch duty, a room to myself, and free run of the kitchen.

But, the best duty I heard, was working the Chiefs chow hall.

You have to admit, Navy chow rocks, three squares plus mid-rats.
The best one I ever ate at was always off base.

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Chanute AFB (tech school), in the mid-late 80s. My Chow Hall won "Best in the USAF". We had tablecloths and shrimp or steaks for dinner, killer breakfasts (i..e seafood omelettes), etc.

After I left Chanute and went to my first real duty station, I asked for my breakfast steak medium rare and they looked at me like I was nuts, as they plopped Sh*t on a shingle on my tray and told me to step aside.

I think that my chow hall at Chanute was an experiment to see how privatized Chow Halls would run, so the contractor pulled out all the stops and probably lost a lot of money. Most of the other chow halls were all staffed my military personnel.
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Best food was always at the hospitals, best I ate was at Bethesda Naval Hospital.
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Mare Island was pretty good when it was around.
I second that. Loved that chowhall while I was there for my A and C schools at CSTSC.

I also really like the chowhall at Yokosuka Naval Base Japan.

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Warriors Breakfast right after the Crucible! Oh man that was some good ish!
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Warriors Breakfast right after the Crucible! Oh man that was some good ish!
I dont think it was the best, but it was sure damn good, I didnt know so much food could fit in our stomachs!!!

MCRD chow hall was pretty good, not recruit chow hall.
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The best will always be the AF catered chow halls.

Best one I ever ate at was around the side entrance of Ramstein AFB where most of the Chief's go. Me and my friends were usually the only non-AF guys there as it was buried so deep in the base no one outside of the AF-peeps stationed there knew it existed.
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