Healthy Fast Food and Boutique Bistro; Václav Havel Airport Prague Gastronomy News
Václav Havel Airport Prague will soon offer passengers several new gastronomic choices. These include, for example, the Natoo concept, with its healthier version of fast food, including fresh juices and salads, and a stand of the world-famous Lavazza Italian brand, specialised in the sale of coffee and small snacks. Bageterie Boulevard will not be missing among the local brands, combining French pastry with typical European gastronomic delicacies, which passengers can look forward to enjoying at Prague Airport this coming autumn.
“For Prague Airport, the priority is the passenger and their satisfaction. Therefore, our goal is to ensure the ultimate experience from our offered products and services. We promote this trend in all sectors and with the highest possible quality. We set the tender process and parameters in such a way as to achieve the largest possible selection of catering establishments to satisfy the preferences of each passenger. The proof is all the new concepts and the scheduled launches of establishments,” František Kachlík, Director of Prague Airport Commercial Activities, said.
New Food Court
The new establishments will include, for example, the recently created PRG Take off Bar, which will be located during the upcoming summer season at the end of Pier C and will provide passengers with a unique view of the apron. The next addition is the Bottega Prosecco Bar & Restaurant, located in Pier D of Terminal 2, ideal for passengers who want to enjoy their food in an exclusive way, even at the airport. The Italian-inspired boutique bistro will launch operations at the turn of the year and will offer selected appetizers, main courses, and desserts, paired in the Perfect Match style with wines from leading Italian winemakers. The menu was designed specifically for the Prague branch. Thanks to its unique interior which resembles the appearance of Venetian “bacaros”, this concept offers a truly exceptional gastronomic and aesthetic experience.
Passengers can also look forward to the popular Costa Coffee cafés and the French bakery PAUL, of which Lagardère Travel Retail is the exclusive operator in the Czech Republic. A new food court will be created within Pier D of Terminal 2, which will include the aforementioned Bottega Prosecco Bar & Restaurant and Costa Coffee, which will be open nonstop and will serve passengers 24/7.
All units will undergo structural modifications in the coming months and will gradually launch operations during this year and the next. Passengers can already look forward to the first of the new concepts during this year’s high season. The goal of the structural modifications is to ensure maximum comfort for customers, explained Richard Procházka, CEO of Lagardère Travel Retail: “When submitting our offer, diversity and synergy were important criteria. We used our deep knowledge of the specifics of airport operations, backed by many years of experience, to our advantage. The selection of concepts was very carefully done to ensure they not only complement each other, but also the existing offer at both terminals. Different groups of passengers, their cultural and dietary preferences, and also, of course, the financial aspect, were taken into account. Travellers can thus choose both quick and economical snack options and more luxurious dishes and drinks.”