Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Bistrot Geneve @ Geneva Airport, Seafood Bar @ Oslo Airport & Obwarzanki @ Krakow Airport

Geneve Aeroport's most appealing F&B venue may be this surprisingly spacious casual bistro, where a meaty pate & some good wine can be bought for a decent price - well, the pate costs 60 ringgit, but that's par for the course across this Swiss city.

It's troubling to imagine leaving the Norwegian capital without a final bite of the country's seafood - mercifully, Oslo's airport boasts a couple of bars for shrimp salads & salmon sandwiches, washed down with some aquavit, Scandinavia's 'water of life.'

Braided bread rings known as obwarzanki, thick, chewy & golden-brown, are everywhere on Krakow's streets - if you need a fix before flying out, you'll also find them at John Paul II International Airport, accompanying pieces of grilled oscypek, smoked cheese made of salted sheep milk from the Tatra Mountains.


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2 comments:

  1. What lovely stuff they have at their airports! Not so miserable like our KLIA, even KLIA2 has an edge over it.

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    1. Suituapui: ooo, i actually still prefer KLIA over KLIA2 - partly cos the former has a wider range of alcohol-serving outlets :D

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