December 22, 2010

One Flew South

Last weekend my husband and I had a long layover in we finally got to try their sushi restaurant, One Flew South, in the E terminal.

I started with the Arugula Salad with apple butter, cranberries, pecans and onion vinaigrette.  The apple butter is made in house and was the perfect addition to this lovely salad.
And their Garden Roll is filled with arugula, carrots, cucumbers, avocado + micro herbs.  I also ordered just a plain Avocado Roll, a staple of vegetarian sushi.
They also have a full Non-Sushi menu.  They have a Salmon Hot Pot that includes fried rice, tofu and veggies that could most likely be ordered without the salmon.  You could also make an entree out of all of their side dishes, like sweet potatoes, cous cous, brussel sprouts, spaghetti squash puree, etc.  For vegetarians, they offer a Mushroom Ravioli with shitake mushrooms, cauliflower, golden raisins, capers, green beans and spinach.

It is expensive compared to a traditional airport meal (normally fast food), but it is so worth it if you have the time.  You actually feel good after eating here, not heavy and lethargic.

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