Most of the bars and cafes are in the departures hall with all the shops which you reach after checking in clearing security. Cafe Ritazza is the only place in the public area and is a good place to arrange to meet someone if they are picking you up as it is just outside the arrivals hall doors into the waiting zone.
As you can see from the list below, there is a fair choice of places raging from the Bill Bentley and Carlsberg Bars to Burger King for you to get some refreshments while you are waiting for your flight to be called.
if you are planning to have something to eat before you board the plane make sure that you save a few euros as airport food is not cheap with cans of drink roughly double the high street price and sandwiches and baguettes starting at about €6,00. Upper Crust is probably the best bet offering a good range of fillings.
A lot of people I know with families who are travelling on a budget take their own sandwiches to eat on the plane.
|Bill Bentley||Bar||Passenger zone|
|Burger King||Fast food||Passenger Zone|
|Burger King Express||Even faster food but no seating||Passenger Zone|
|Cafe Ritazza||Cafe||Passenger Arrivals and Departures Zones|
|Cafe Select||Cafe||Passenger zone|
|Grill & More||Self service snacks, platters and grill.||Passenger Zone|
|Ibense Bornay||Cafe/Ice Cream||Passenger zone|
|Mamma Leone's||Pizzas, garlic bread, mushrooms in batter, etc.||Passenger Zone|
|To Go||Bar||Passenger zone|
|Upper Crust||Freshly filled baguettes||Passenger Zone|
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