Sunday, August 18, 2013

Vino Volo - Philadelphia International Airport PHL



Vino is a quiet respite compared to the other bustling fast moving eateries at the airport.  The air of money probably does much to keep Average Joe and Jane Traveler from stopping in.


Professional, efficient, and knowledgeable service.


Tuscan Chicken - herb roasted chicken with greens and aioli. This is the regular size packing a whopping 1320 mg of sodium despite not tasting salty. It's a little sandwich with a $9 tag. It certainly wasn't filling but it was a decent rendition with the chicken breast still retaining some moisture. The aioli provided the tangy flavor.  The rustic bread was a little dry.

It was OK if small. I would try something else the next time.


Blood Orange Soda.  Cool, refreshing, clean with just the right amount of snap and sweetness but it's a small overpriced flute at $3.50.


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