Nac Mac Vegan: adventures in rabbit food

17/02/2011

Exki, Paris CDG Terminal 2E

Filed under: Airline food, Eating out, Supermarkets and convenience stores — Tags: , , — Feòrag @ 10:15

Exki, T2E, Paris CDGI’m passing through Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport on my way to Boston. Last year, when I was in Antwerp, I made much use of a Belgian chain called Exki. They specialise in natural foods and have lots of vegan options. Imagine my joy therefore, to discover a new branch in Terminal 2E.

Now, I’m feeling a little paranoid. I did not see any reference to my special meal request on my boarding card. So, I’ve bought a couple of items (to go with the hummous sandwich and fruit salad bought at EAT at Turnhouse) – a rice salad with stir fried veg and tofu, and a wakame salad. Both contain a substance called Légumaise, which I am assured does not contain egg.

Food from Exki

Air France came up trumps, and the food they provided was spectacular. I haven’t eaten the stuff from Exki yet, so consider this a placeholder. The US Customs were happy to let it in, so I’ll be having it for breakfast.

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1 Comment »

  1. That’s really interesting! I also documented on airport lounges & different international airlines such as United, Continental, Thai Airways, Lufthansa, Air NZ, etc as well. It’s nice to see posts relating to Air France, which I have never flown with. Looks great!

    Comment by Rika-Chan — 06/05/2012 @ 04:22


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