Luscious layovers

Luscious layovers

Updated: Jun 04, 2014 03:22 PM
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Airports are upping their gastronomic game, giving food-minded travelers a reason to linger between flights. Here, five great airports to eat in:
 

Hong Kong International Airport

T2's six-story mall is home to Hung's Delicacies, where chef Lai Wai-Hung serves a delicately flavored sliced goose marinated in its own stock.

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Sydney International

T1 hosts Australia's only branch of the acclaimed Caviar House & Prunier Seafood Bar. Along with roe, it showcases local delicacies like smoked Tasmanian salmon.

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Salzburg Airport W.A. Mozart

Hangar-7's Restaurant Ikarus changes its head chef monthly. Alexandre Gauthier, famous for dishes like rabbit kidney seared in ash at La Grenouillère, north of Paris, helms the kitchen in March.

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San Francisco International

At T2's upscale food court, dig into Live Fire Pizza's butcher block pizza, which features pepperoni, pancetta, salami, and Spanish chorizo over a blend of Napa Valley cheeses.
 

Singapore Changi Airport

Throughout the airport, dine on street hawker favorites like nasi lemak (steamed coconut rice in banana leaf) and char kway teow (stir-fried rice noodles).




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