I travel a lot.
both domestic and international.
Occasionally, I try some over priced airport restaurants, but usually, I stick to my pizza/ hotdog/ starbucks... safe choices. I was at a Seatac Airport recently around dinner time and Jason and I decided to treat ourselves at a fancy looking restaurant called "Anthony's".
This was after we were already sitting at a less desirable looking restaurant with an alaskan theme, I believe... They had the usual's, like burger, chicken fingers, wings... after looking at the menu for quite some time, we decided to desert the restaurant swiftly.
I had a small caesar salad with their "famous" chowder. While I was not that impressed with the chowder, I had a very pleasant meal. While they weren't spectacular, they were both GOOD. AND under $10. Anthony's also has a deal with a local strawberry farmer who delivers fresh strawberries every morning, they said. there were three dessert items on the menu using those special strawberries. I went for it. I made sure I asked our very nice waiter about the strawberries. "Are they REALLY that good?" He assured me that it is. 100% skeptical, but I was craving for something juicy and refreshing, so I ordered their strawberries and chantilly cream for $6.