Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is one of the largest European airport, with higher passenger traffic: it’s amazing and easy to visit and when it comes to eating, well, it’s more than easy to find your food of choice.
SCHIPHOL FACT & FIGURES FY2018
327 – direct destinations from Schiphol
71.1 - million passengers
499,444 - air transport movements
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Autogrill plans to continue expanding and diversifying the value of the services and products offered in order to promote change, increase customer service and satisfy travellers’ different needs.
That’s why at Schiphol you will find not only an airport offering simple layover, but one that provides tastes from every continent from Asia to the Americas, giving a real culinary journey.
At Schiphol airport, we are the leading global operator in F&B services for travellers, and come up with innovative concepts to create places where hospitality and attention to detail are paramount and people feel at ease.
Autogrill: the largest food supplier at Schiphol airport
VIT at Schiphol uses only pure, natural products freshly made on the spot. Healthy food and drinks are served fast. It seems to be perfect for travellers to kick-start the day or to recharge with nature’s favourite sources of energy. The menu is simple and clear, including fresh cold-pressed juices, smoothies, shots and nutritious bites, along with customisable options such as egg bowls, super salads and yoghurt bowls full of fibre.
Bread!’ is a central feature of Lounge 3.
Sandwiches are made-to-order in front of the guests and according to their taste. You can choose from a range of white and wholemeal breads, and if you don't have a lot of time there is the "fast lane" where you can make your choice from a pre-made selection. Bread! is one of the concepts where the "I used to be a bottle campaign" comes to life: the each dining chair is made from 111 recycled plastic Coca-Cola bottles.
Positioned at the new Lounge 2, Kebaya with its 200 seats is the largest restaurant at Schiphol. The menu consists of 24 dishes coming from seven different Asian cuisines (including Vietnam, Indonesia, Japan and China). The innovative approach combines high quality dining with the newest technology offer an eclectic experience: by using interactive digital menus you will be quickly served and can continue your journey in a relaxed atmosphere, with regional specialties that are freshly prepared in the open kitchen at the heart of the restaurant.
Your journey will begin in style at Café Cocó. This luxurious and stylish café is known for its delicious Belgian chocolates and the tastiest of champagne made by Baron de Rothschild. You can also enjoy one of many chic desserts and hot dishes like filet mignon. This is a place where craftsmanship and service are kept at the highest standard. Café Cocó is also proud to offer gluten-free options.