Travellers taking flights to Australia and other destinations from Heathrow airport will be able to indulge in some festive foods.

Travellers taking flights to Australia and other destinations from Heathrow airport will be able to indulge in some festive foods.Around three million passengers are set travel through the UK airport in December and many of the restaurants, bars and cafes are selling special seasonal foods to help encourage the holiday spirit.

Terminal five’s Gordon Ramsay Plane Food, which opened at the airport in 2008, will be serving a traditional turkey pie with brussel sprouts and chestnut crumble followed by Christmas pudding and brandy sauce.

Meanwhile, Bagel Street in terminal three and five is offering customers a special Christmas-influenced bagel and the Caviar House & Prunier will be offering Balik Fillet Tsar Nikolaj, foie gras and caviar.

Chris Annetts, Heathrow head of category for food and beverage, said: “These limited edition treats and seasonal dishes are the perfect winter warmers to get you into the Christmas mood and kick start your journey.”

Written by Ruth Norris.

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