We know that flying can be a stressful experience, but at least you can take the stress out of planning your meal at the airport and enjoy good food. If you’re looking for a multicultural cuisine, a quick snack, or a quality meal look no further. LAX restaurants can meet your nutritional needs at convenient locations. Check out what we have ranked as the top three restaurants and best places to eat at LAX.
- Ink.sack – This café is the best place to get nutritious snacks at affordable prices. The menu is simple which makes selection of refreshments easy. The most popular items on the menu are the cold fried chicken sandwich, the jose andres sandwich, and the banh mi sandwich. Location: Food Court Villariagosa Pavillion at 380 World Way Los Angeles, CA 90045 (terminal TBIT).
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- Wolfgang Puck Express – This restaurant has one of the broadest selection of international cuisine at LAX so there is something for everyone here. With Mediterranean, Italian, Asian, French, and American recipes there are a lot of options to choose from. e n’One popular dish which has been ranked as delicious is the turkey club sandwich. The pizza is also quite popular. Location: Departure level at 209 World Way Los Angeles, CA 90045 (terminal 2).
- Nate ‘N Al Delicatessen – This is one of the most popular and highest ranked restaurants at LAX. It carries a rich history which visitors can now experience and taste for themselves. Nate N’ Al serves specialties, omelets, salads, sandwiches, burgers, hot dogs, and other delicious meals. The most popular dishes are the matzo ball soup and anything with pastrami such as the Reuben sandwich. Location: Food Court Departure Level at 200 World Way Los Angeles, CA 90045 (terminal 2).
If these three restaurants don’t meet your needs and preferences there are plenty of others to choose from. If you crave familiarity there are chains of Starbucks and McDonalds throughout LAX, and if you’re feeling adventurous try a restaurant that you have never been to for a new perspective.