Erika Owen
July 01, 2015

No one heads to the airport in search of an out-of-this-world meal. But a recent Reddit post alerted us to a new level of incredibly sad airport eats. Above is the (open) face of a bacon and egg sandwich that costs $5.47 at a restaurant in the Edinburgh airport. The customer speaks: "The part that made it worse was that they told me to take a seat and they'd bring it over. The only empty table was clearly empty because it hadn't been cleaned for what appeared to be weeks and then after 15 minutes I had to go back and ask where my roll was which they had totally forgotten about."

After all is said and done, he didn't even take the sandwich back. "I never asked for a refund as I figured it must just be overpriced shit cause it's an airport." 

Erika Owen is the Audience Engagement Editor at Travel + Leisure. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @erikaraeowen.

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