This Is the Best Airport for Food — and It's T+L's

Airports often have only a quick food restaurant, a coffee shop, and a newsstand selling soggy sandwiches.

However, some offer a global feast. Singapore Changi Airport (SIN) tops Betway's list of the top 20 airports for foodies. 

Since 2013, Travel + Leisure readers have named the airport one of the world's best. It boasts approximately 200 restaurants serving 64

cuisines. In addition to Hong Kong's one-Michelin-starred Kam's Roast Goose, Jumbo Seafood serves spicy crab.

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL), the world's busiest airport with 93.7 million passengers, is the second best for foodies.

 It features 121 restaurants serving 38 cuisines, significantly fewer than Singapore Changi, but still a great range. These airport restaurants

Betway ranked the world's 48 busiest airports by number of eateries, cuisine variety, average Google review score, and Instagram tags. 

No matter which airport you pass through, you'll want to make time for these treats! We recommend arriving early at your departure airport

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