I am not a great fan of airport food, usually over priced, badly cooked and service can leave e a lot to be desired. I don’t know about you, but I try and avoid eating there if I can.
Having said all that I knew that for a variety of reasons that I would be eating at Glasgow Airport, so as you can imagine I had quite low expectations.
After waiting ages at one place and not getting served, I left and went to the Caledonia.
Not really wanting a sandwich and actually not really hungry decided to go with a couple of small plates and a side salad.
My first choice was the crab mayonnaise with flatbread soldiers. This was described as crab & chive mayonnaise with a stack of atbread soldiers & a lemon wedge.
The crab mayonnaise was nice, but only just about tasted of crab. The flat bread was toasted, but for some reason was covered in dry oregano.
My second choice was garlic prawns with flatbread. The menu describes this as king prawns roasted in garlic & herb sauce, olive oil & fresh lemon, served with flatbread.
The prawns which I thought would be roasted came swimming in garlic butter, literally swimming, there was more melted butter than prawns. It came with flatbread too, and it was also covered in dry oregano.
The salad was small, consisting of salad leaves and tomatoes with a lemon and basil dressing.
Overall it was something of a disappointment, and for the cost of each dish in excess of five pounds, I thought it was overpriced.