Looking for good food in Terminal 5 of London’s Heathrow’s Airport, trying Giraffe.
One of the great things about traveling is tasting the many flavors. As you know, I am a fan of dining out, so trying new restaurants is always a joy.
A few months ago, it seemed as if I was trapped by travel. My initial flight to Paris was delayed, so I missed the connecting flight, then I finally made it to London for an extended layover only to find that flight was cancel. By then I was tired, irritable, probably a little unsavory, and hungry.
Once I finally got settled in the correct terminal, I immediately noticed tall, lanky creatures before me. It was an interesting view as well as engaging, so I happily trotted over to see what’s what.
By then, I didn’t care too much of what was on the menu, I just wanted to sit down.
My weary began to settle as I heard the world music tunes. I don’t know what was playing, but it had a world, jazz, with a hint of R&B feel. It was relaxing. I was promptly attended and order what turned into Reginia’s self indulging airport meal.
I had the BBQ Chicken & Smoked Cheddar Quesadilla, Chocolate Brownie with vanilla ice cream, and the most delicious ‘Tosca Capp.
Afterwards, I was stuffed to say the least.
There were a ton of things on the menu that I wanted to try. Some were a bit hearty, so I decided to save those for a later day because no one can go to London just once.