Places to Eat & Drink
When you first enter the airport, you will find a few a places to eat and drink including Delta Café Central, Costa Coffee, Carlsberg Sports Bar and Paul. Delta Café Central offers some of the best pastries and coffee, Costa Coffee serves coffee and snacks, Carlsberg Sports Bar sells light meals, tapas and Carlsberg beer, and Paul is a traditional French bakery. All of these open between 04:00 and 06:00, and close when the last flight departs.
After security, you will find a larger selection. If you are looking for a more substantial meal, it would be best to wait and visit one the restaurants in this departures hall.
One of the most popular places in the departures hall is Eating Point. This is an area made up of several small vendors, similar to a food court, and you will find a variety of international food. Food is prepared fast and the prices are reasonable. There is also a cafe and bar in this area, as well as vendors selling snacks, so there is something for everyone here.
A few other places include Café Delta, Olá and Rossopomodoro. For fast food, there is also a Burger King and Subway available. If you are interested in Italian food, ensure you check out Rossopomodoro. They specialise in Neapolitan pizzas, but they also offer sandwiches and traditional Italian dishes. Lastly, if you have a sweet tooth, Olá is worth a visit. This ice cream parlour sells ice cream, waffles, crepes and smoothies.
What Cafes and Restaurants are in the Terminal?
The table below lists all of the cafes, bars and restaurant at the airport, along with their opening times and location within the terminal.