Plane Food

Steak frites at JFK, dry aged Angus sirloin at Tullamarine, Korean BBQ at LAX… good food and airports have long been mutually exclusive, but that scenario is changing.

Sydney Airport has Bambini Wine Room, a European style setting with banquette seating and cool tunes. Danks Street Depot, aims to provide high-quality food in accordance with the traditional culture of the original in Waterloo.

Outposts of Cafe Vue and MoVida at Melbourne Airport’s international terminal immediately conjure associations with Melbourne and quality food. The presence of these two names offers travellers the hope that there might be more to offer at the dining experience post check-in.

Over at New York’s JFK, Brasserie La Vie is serving French cuisine and The Loft recreates a Soho apartment in Terminal 5’s new culinary mecca.
Down at LAX, the ‘Kogi Truck’ specializing in seasonally changing Korean cuisine will feature in Terminal 4’s new food court. Inspired by Grand Central Market in downtown L.A.

Gordon Ramsay’s signature menu has been recreated for passengers travelling through Heathrow’s Terminal 5 alongside some innovative takeaway food concepts in Plane Food. At Gatwick airport’s North Terminal. ‘Jamie Oliver at Gatwick’ is soon to open with a 200 seat Jamie’s Italian restaurant, a Union Jacks bar and bakery.

Bread!, Say Cheese, and House of Tulips located in Lounge 3 at the Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam create another innovative retail and leisure area for waiting travellers.

It looks like things are looking up for foodie flyers!