Singapore's Changi Airport is home to Ya Kun Kaya Toast, the spot for the "Power Breakfast Award". With breakfast being the most important meal of the day, it's not one you want to skip before getting on an airplane from Seoul.
LAX's Encounter Restaurant wins the "Front Seat Award". I have only dined here once in all my years living in L.A. but it was an pleasant experience. They have done some restoration to the historical landmark since I have been there so maybe it is time for another trip.
Hong Kong International is Asia's busiest airport. So with that, they received several awards. The "Eat + Drink Award" was shared by Cafe Deco, King's Palace Congee & Noodle and Saint Honore Cake Shop. The "Shop Award" goes to Muji, The Peninsula Boutique, and Shanhai Tang. And although we don't do much sightseeing in the actual airports, the "See + Do Award" was spread out amongst SkyCity Nine Eagles Golf Course, 4-D Extreme, Regal Airport Hotel and Om Spa, and the Hong Kong Transit Tour. Dayum.
The "Whiskey & Wagyu" Award goes to One Flew South in Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. Supposedly you can enjoy lunch with a rare glass of bourbon, my kinda travel.
MochiCream in Narita International Airport Tokyo was crowned with the "Sweet Treat Award". So dark, it must be very sophisicated?
The "Bottle Service Award" goes to El Rincon del Pisco in Jorge Chavez International Airport in Lima, Peru. Pisco is a grape-based liquor and Peru makes the best! I assume they sell airport bottles.
When in Texas try the Salt Lick Bar-B-Que in Austin-Bergstrom International for the "Southern Comforts Award" winning barbecue. Don't forget about the sides, like coleslaw, baked beans and potato salad. YUM!
JaDIE! Of course only Charles de Gaulle and Paris-Orly airports feature the heavenly delights of Laduree, the "Classic Confections Award" winner. My weakness is all things Laduree.