This summer, Heathrow Airport has unveiled its first ever free food guide, giving passengers an overview of the food and drink on offer at one of the world’s busiest airports. Compiled and written by television’s Masterchef judges, John Torode and Gregg Wallace were charged with the task of eating and drinking their way around the airport’s 73 restaurants and bars. They then spent six months in discussions with Heathrow’s food and beverage team to introduce healthier options for travellers.
The new Heathrow food guide, called ‘Food on the Fly’, provides passengers with healthy eating tips for people on the go and a review of the varied food establishments at each airport terminal. During this blog, Happydays Parking will be taking a closer look:
For passengers looking to grab a quick bite to eat, there’s nothing like trawling through pages of information to slow down the pace. Fortunately, the Heathrow ‘Food on the Fly’ food guide compiles a quick and easy series of top 5 lists, enabling you to instantly find what you’re looking for.
The top 5 lists cover an extensive variety such as the top five places to find all-day breakfasts, snacks, express food, sandwiches, treats and places to eat with children. Each bar and restaurant is clearly labelled with a terminal number, making it easier for hungry passengers to navigate the airport in search of food.
Alongside the restaurant and bar reviews, the new food guide has a useful key indicating the healthiest places to get food at Heathrow airport. Eateries offering healthy options at Heathrow include the ever popular Pret A Manger, London-based sushi bar, Itsu and child-friendly restaurant, Giraffe.
The ‘Food on the Fly’ guide also offers tips for eating well while flying, which includes drinking plenty of water, picking up healthy nibbles for your flight, whilst also avoiding alcohol, caffeine, carbonated drinks and salty snacks.
For travellers with time and money, eating at Heathrow can be a luxurious affair. Passengers can step away from the hectic hustle and bustle and embrace the serenity and comfort on offer at the airport’s most plush establishments.
From Gordon Ramsay’s lavish restaurant, Plane Food, to Caviar House & Prunier Seafood bar, you can experience a taste of luxury. Perhaps a three-course meal accompanied by a glass or two of champagne is your favourite pre-flight tipple. Or would you prefer to indulge in fresh seafood, European cuisine, sensational wines and exquisite cocktails?
No matter what your taste buds desire, ensure you can relax in the knowledge that your car is parked safely. Airport car parking can be time consuming and problematic if you don’t plan in advance and choose a reputable company, like Happydays. We offer a personal, no worries solution to parking in the Heathrow area for both individuals and companies alike. We hope you enjoy your trip and the dining experience of your choice.
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