U.K.: "The food was cooked for a longer amount of time than I would have done it, but not bad," Charles Hutchins, also known on Flickr as celesteh, wrote via Flickr Mail of the green beans and quiche he was served in a London hospital.
Hungary: Two slices of bread, butter and minced bologna, as featured on the blog Korhazi Koszt, which highlights gruesome photos of food served in Hungarian hospitals. Somehow we just lost our appetite.
Australia: This meal, served earlier this year at a suburban Melbourne hospital, features Italian pork sausage, lentils, peas, carrots and mashed potatoes. "Regarding salt/sodium levels, I think that it might be slightly higher than regular hospital food, but definitely below that of restaurants," user avlxyz said over Flickr Mail.
Canada: "The food was inedible," Flickr user Paul Jerry wrote via Flickr Mail about the meat-and-cooked-vegetable platter served to his father at a Canadian hospital. Jerry says he had to bring his father food from the outside.