“When I was a little kid, I liked airplane food. It wasn’t hard back then—the food was pretty good, because the airlines were putting some effort into it. I even liked the little trays, how everything fit together,” - writes Chef Eric Ripert in his “Eating First-Class on the Fly” article for The Wall Street Journal. (You can follow him @ericripert)
Ripert then shares his food experience at the airports around the world - (he does travel a lot!) - and which airports he’d actually consider for dining.
“In Singapore and Hong Kong, I go to the airport ahead of time just to eat. It’s tiny and modern, and serves traditional cuisine. You can even get Peking duck..”
To say that his story made us water-mouth is to say little at all… It made us both hungry for travel and hungry for a good plate of Peking Duck…
Do you have your favorite airport to eat?