As I near my flight back to Boston, I can’t help but cringe at the airplane food that’s served. Something I can appreciate is airport food. Airport food, while overpriced, is not half bad. Most restaurants carry the usual. You know, McDonald’s, Burger King, maybe even a Jack in the Box or Carl’s Junior (home of the burger made with 2 grilled cheese sandwiches for buns-insert mini heart attack). I’ve seen a Legal Seafood in part of the Logan Airport in Boston. Legal Seafood is a chain and I’m also not a fan of seafood, but an all around decent restaurant. Their Herb Chicken is my favorite pick with Banana Fosters for dessert. However, I have a feeling that the Legal Seafood at the airport has an adapted menu. Otherwise, maybe I always show up too early for good places to open, but I’m not very impressed (but I do love Au Bon Pain).
Personally, I particularly like San Francisco’s airport, the food court and surrounding restaurants offers a wide variety of food, some you hope that the person next to you won’t eat. Like one of the restaurant offers garlic fries, which I love, but you don’t want the person sitting next to you to smell like garlic for, say that 5 hour flight I go on. They have a soup bar, I think it’s called the San Francisco Soup Co. I liked it quite a lot. I always get a soup (sometimes a corn chowder or the Chicken Pot Pie soup) inside a sourdough (duh-San Francisco..) bread bowl.
Airport food=Not so bad