Religious Travelers - kosher for passover food at LHR
Mar 31, 10, 7:22 pm
Is there anywhere that might sell supervised, packaged kosher for passover foods at LHR, specifically in Terminal 3? Would such food be available in any airline lounges?
I'm not talking about airline meals, but rather snacks like nuts, chocolate etc.
Alternatively, what about places that sell or serve whole, uncut fresh fruits or vegetables in LHR: anywhere you can think of?
my .02 is that any nuts that will be sold wont be KfP, and I highly doubt they sell any shelled ones that would be unprocessed
Chocolate needs to have been made KfP and again I highly doubt any will be found.
Its harder this yr as I know people who own restaurants here in teh US and with tommorrow Thurs being the only full day during Hol HaMoed, didnt bother opening this yr as it would have meant lossing $$.
Id say the same with finding food KfP just not enough time to have sold it
Hopefully youd be able to score some fruit
Mar 31, 10, 10:59 pm
I am in the same boat as you.. traveling to MAD/FCO tomorrow... but I think I just may have to break the rules on the unleavened bread business.
However, I do know that most coffee shops will have a basket with a few pieces of fresh fruit. Best of luck!
Out of luck, I'm afraid - LHR doesn't do any KfP food (being sold in the terminals).
Best thing to do is to take some fruit along with you (or snacks, etc), and that way you'll have something to eat
There are KfP meals in BA's T5 lounges and they can probably get some sent over to the T3 lounge if you give them a bit of notice. PM or email me if you need a contact there.
Otherwise your only options are whole fruit, which you can get in a few of the shops and *possibly* some uncut veggies. I don't think there's an airside M&S (Marks and Spencer) but there is a landside one in T3 - and they will have peppers / tomatoes / cucumber etc. Check baa.com
Best solution is to take your own!