14 Major Chefs Pick The Best Airport Restaurants Around the World

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    If you want to find the best restaurants, you have to go to someone on the inside. While food writers like me think we’re the experts, the true voices of reason come from inside the kitchens themselves: the chefs. That’s why I put so much stock in this list that Conde Nast Traveler put together of the Best Airport Food in the World. They asked some of the biggest names in food today (Grant Achatz, Anita Lo, Morimoto) where they like to eat when they fly and the list they came up with is wonderful. Make sure to click over to the slideshow so you can see the original article, but for the click-averse, here are the picks organized alphabetically by airport code. Have you been to any of these? Tell me about your experience in the comments. (note: I’ve only included the picks from chefs. For picks from non-chefs, see the original slideshow) ATL Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta One Flew South, Terminal E —Geoffrey Zakarian, chef/ partner, N.Y.C.’s Lambs Club/more BNA Nashville Yazoo Brewing Company, Concourse C — Jonathan Waxman, chef, Barbuto in N.Y.C. and Adele’s in Nashville BOS Boston Logan Legal Sea Foods, Terminals B and C —Jamie Bissonnette, chef, Coppa/Toro in Boston; Toro in N.Y.C. DFW Dallas/Fort Worth Cousin’s Bar-B-Q, Terminal D —Daniel Holzman, chef, N.Y.C.’s Meatball Shop HKG Hong Kong Maxim’s, Terminal 1, Level 8 —Dominique Ansel, owner, Dominique Ansel Bakery in N.Y.C. JFK John F. Kennedy, New York The Palm Bar & Grille, International Terminal 4 —Marc Murphy, chef, Landmarc/Ditch Plains in New York Uptown Brasserie, Terminal 4, near Gate B32 —Richard Blais, chef/restaurateur LGA LaGuardia, New York Bisoux, Terminal D, Gates 3–4 —Marc Murphy, chef, Landmarc/Ditch Plains in New York Custom Burgers by Pat LaFrieda, Terminal D, Food Court —Richard Blais, chef/restaurateur LHR London Heathrow Gordon Ramsay’s Plane Food — Daniel Boulud, chef/restaurateur MIA Miami La Carreta, Terminal D West, Gate D37 —Jesse Schenker, chef/owner, The Gander/Recette in N.Y.C. NRT Narita, Tokyo Sushi Kyotatsu, Terminal 1, No. 3 Satellite, Third Floor —Chris Cosentino, chef, Boccalone/Porcellino in San Francisco ORD Chicago O’Hare Tortas Frontera, Terminal 1, Gate B11; Terminal 3, Gate K4; and Terminal 5, Gate M12 *Note: this one was the big favorite. Check out all the chefs who endorsed it: Anita Lo of N.Y.C.’s Annisa; Michael Chernow of N.Y.C.’s Meatball Shop; Jonathan Waxman; Daniel Boulud; Chef Grant Achatz SFO San Francisco Fung Lum, International Terminal, Main Hall –Masaharu Morimoto, chef, Morimoto restaurants Cat Cora’s Kitchen, Terminal 2, Boarding Area D —Grant Achatz, chef, Alinea/Next in Chicago Lark Creek, Terminal 2, Boarding Area D —Jonathan Waxman, chef, Barbuto in N.Y.C. and Adele’s in Nashville SIN Singapore Changi Kampong Cafe. Terminal 3 —Ken Oringer, chef, Clio/Uni/Coppa/more in Boston The post 14 Major Chefs Pick The Best Airport Restaurants Around the World appeared first on Fly & Dine.

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