While airports aren’t exactly known for their food, some are better than others when it comes to the quality and variety of cuisine they offer customers.
The results were based on 13.25 million survey questionnaires completed by airline customers of 106 different nationalities.
Here are the 10 best airports to enjoy a meal at before your next flight.
The Hamad International Airport took 10th place, offering customers both gourmet and on-the-go bites.
Sample Indian and Arabic cuisine, pastas and pizzas, or organic sandwiches at its food court, or indulge in one of the hearty Italian dishes prepared at celebrity chef Massimo Capra's restaurant, Soprafino.
There are also popular chains like
Giraffe, where you can find everything from traditional fish and chips to noodle dishes.
The Chūbu Centrair International Airport came in at the fifth slot, with a dining selection that ranges from famous Japanese dishes to Italian, French, Chinese, and Korean cuisine.
Restaurants like Suzunami serve traditional Nagoya specialties that include various seafood selections, while there are several stops for enjoying a bowl of piping hot ramen.
Whether you're in search of elegant dine-in restaurants, fast food spots, or stalls where you can grab delectable snacks, you'll find it at the
Incheon International Airport.
Authentic Korean cuisine abounds here, with restaurants serving everything from mackerel and rice to kimchi, noodles, and dim sum.
Fine dining is more than a possibility at the Hong Kong International Airport, thanks to its selection of high-quality eateries serving authentic cuisine.
Stops like the Crystal Jade La Mian Xiao Long Bao
also offer a variety of Peking, Sichuan, and Shanghai dishes to choose from, including pastries and freshly prepared noodles.
The Narita International Airport, also known as Tokyo Narita Airport, has been ranked as the world's best airport for dining. The food selection includes everything from fresh seafood to hearty bowls of ramen.
A favourite is Sushi Kyotatsu, where you can get sushi so fresh you won't believe it came from an airport.
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