Heathrow Airport Celebrates the Best of British Food

8 Sep 2010 by Matthew Fransioli     
Filed under: Travel And Leisure     Tags: ,

I’m possibly slightly late with this story, but I have only just found out about and still thought it suitably newsworthy to be putting up for travellers heading to or from our Heathrow Airport car hire branch.

Passengers passing through the main terminals of Heathrow will find that the restaurants, cafés and bars are currently celebrating British Food Fortnight, giving everyone the opportunity to sample some of the ‘best bites of Britain’. From the homely tastes of pork pies or fish and chips, to the more experimental side of British cuisine thanks to Gordon Ramsay’s Plane Food’s 3 course set menu including goat’s curd and sea bream, there are plenty of culinary delights to fuel you up before or after a flight.

If you prefer a more liquid form of refreshment then The Harlequin in terminal 1 is serving traditional British ales such as Theakston’s Old Peculiar and Bishop’s Finger as well as an ale made exclusively for the pub. Alongside the restaurants and bar’s Heathrow’s shops will also be joining in the celebrations give passengers special offers and tastings on rare and exclusive The Dalmore and Jura whiskies at World Duty Free.

The event started on the 28th of August and is set to end on the 12th of September, so if you are travelling through Heathrow at any point during the next few days take some time to sample the ‘Best of British’.

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