Seattle Airport Food

Healthy Food Seattle Airport

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, better known as SeaTac has a nice layout with most of the terminals only a short walk from the large central gathering area, which includes most of our recommended restaurants.  I highly suggest making your way to central terminal for your food needs, but there are suggestions in other terminals so check out our guide to healthy food Seattle airport. Also, check out more healthy tips at SEA here!

 

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Central Terminal Restaurants

Dish D’lish  (Grab and Go, Quick Service)

There are technically two airport locations (one is before security), but this recommendation is based on the location in the central terminal. Dish D’lish has a mix of grab and go and sit down offerings, mostly salads and sandwiches. This is the spot if you’re looking for something fast and healthy.

Anthony’s (Full Service)

This is our pick for Pacific Northwest seafood. It’s on the expensive side, but if you’re willing to pay the money (or are on an expense account), go with the salmon.

Qdoba  (Quick Service)

This national chain has a plenty of healthy options (and a few bad ones). Check out this link for healthy ideas and what to stay away from.

Vino Vola (Full Service)

This popular wine bar airport chain does have some healthy food to balance out the wine tastings. They source locally so you’ll be heavy with Washington wines and pacific northwest inspired food. Even though it’s a chain – I’m a big fan.

Maki of Japan (Quick Service, Grab and Go) 

Maki of Japan has a decent selection of vegetable bowls and sushi. I’d recommend sticking to the vegetables or sushi to keep the meal healthy – there are plenty of unhealthy options here, too.

 



A Terminal Restaurants

La Pisa Cafe  (Quick Service, Grab and Go)

La Pisa Cafe has their “healthy” options designated on their menu board so you’ll know ahead of time what to pick. They have a good assortment of salads, sandwiches and breakfast.

C Terminal Restaurants

Waji’s  (Quick Service, Grab and Go)

Waji’s has an “Asian Fusion” inspired menu, with a balance of sushi, salads, breakfast and “combos.”  The grilled chicken, fried rice and vegetables is a pretty good pick if you’re staying healthy. In general, it’s best to stay away from the sauces.

Wolfgang Puck Express (Quick Service, Grab and Go)

The Half Rotisserie Chicken or Half Barbequed Chicken are great healthy choices in an otherwise not-so-healthy spot.