Which Airports Have On-Site Supermarkets?

As much as I personally love finding new foods to eat, I feel that much better when I can share some of the findings with family and friends. Though, it would be fair to say I don’t always remember to get to a city supermarket for some last-minute local food souvenir shopping.

That’s a big part of where airport supermarkets shine. Besides being good places to buy snacks and sandwiches at downtown prices — $6.99 Chex Mix at Hudson News, I’ll see you in hell — they’re typically found before security checkpoints (so that anyone could get their shopping done), and if you can’t donate them, are good places to use up those coins weighing down your pockets.

Although they are most commonly found in European airports, Asia sports a handful, too. The * next to each listing means I can personally vouch for the supermarket’s existence; this list will be updated as I discover more.

Airport Supermarkets

Amsterdam Schiphol, airport code: AMS*
Albert Heijn: there’s a shopping center in the airport Arrivals Hall, where the buses/cars enter the terminal, and one level up from the train station. Drinks, snacks, prepared foods such as Indonesian rice dishes.

Brussels, airport code: BRU
Louis Delhaize: In the Arrivals Hall. This one not only has typical supermarket products, but also a small post office.

Dubai, airport code: DXB*
Carrefour: Terminal 3, Arrivals Hall. Unlike most of the other listings, this one is 24 hours.

zaatar manakish and kamaruddin drink
Manakish bil Zaatar and Kamaruddin Ramadan Drink, Carrefour, Dubai Airport Terminal 3

Frankfurt, airport code: FRA:
REWE: Terminal 1, by The Square at the airport rail station.

Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen, airport code: SAW*
Airport Market: if you have just arrived, it’s all the way to the right in the Arrivals Hall. Drinks, snacks, and a sandwich/meze (appetizer) counter.

London Heathrow, airport code: LHR
Marks & Spencer: In the Arrivals Halls of Terminals 2, 3, and 5.

Munich, airport code: MUC*
Edeka: Terminal 2, Level 3.

Munich Airport Edeka Supermarket Food
Lunch at Edeka Supermarket, Munich Airport, Terminal 2

Paris Charles de Gaulle, airport code: CDG
Marks & Spencer: Terminal 2, section E.

Singapore Changi, airport code: SIN*
FairPrice Finest: Terminal 3, Basement 2. Also, in the Jewel shopping complex, Basement 2.

Vienna Schwechat, airport code: VIE*
Billa: Terminal 1, Arrivals Hall.

Zurich Kloten, airport code: ZRH
Migros: Ground floor, between the railway station and car rental desks.

Author: NoWorkAndAllTravel

Wordpressing about food and languages at FindingFoodFluency.com, and about travel news and attractions at NoWorkAndAllTravel.wordpress.com

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