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The world's best airport restaurants

Updated 9:49 AM ET, Fri June 1, 2012
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One Flew South, in Terminal E of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, offers upscale, Southern-influenced cuisine amid stylish surroundings in one of the world's busiest airports. Courtesy One Flew South
Pork belly sliders, a customer favorite at One Flew South. Courtesy One Flew South
Hung's Delicacies, in Terminal two of Hong Kong International Airport, is a branch of the Michelin-starred side-street Chinese bistro of the same name. Hong Kong was named the world's best airport for its restaurant offerings at this year's Skytrax awards. Courtesy Hung's Delicacies
Sliced goose in marinade, a signature dish at Hung's Delicacies. The two Hung's Delicacies restaurants have drawn a cult following for their distinctive marinade-braised dishes. Courtesy Hung's Delicacies
La Moraga, in Terminal three of Spain's Malaga Airport, is a gastrobar where travelers can enjoy sophisticated tapas and more substantial creations from chef Dani Garcia. The Andalusian master chef is a recipient of Spain's National Gastronomy Prize, and has won Michelin stars for his restaurants Tragabuches, in Malaga, and Calima in Marbella. Courtesy La Moraga
Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay brings his successful formula to London Heathrow Airport with Plane Food, his stylish restaurant in Terminal five. Courtesy Gordon Ramsay Holdings
Bubbles Seafood and Wine Bar, at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport, is a place where passengers can enjoy oysters, lobster and champagne next to an aquarium of tropical fish. Schiphol was voted the world's fifth best airport for its restaurant offerings at this year's Skytrax awards. Courtesy Bubbles Seafood and Winebar
At Altitude, at Geneva International Airport, travelers can enjoy fine dining devised by three Michelin-awarded chefs accompanied by sweeping views over the Jura Mountains. Courtesy Altitude