October 13th, 2010 at 12:30 pm (Airline Food)
Finding vegetarian food at the airport is tough, and doubly so in Texas. The Varsity Grill in DFW Terminal E (by E31) is almost all-meat, even the salads.
But they do serve a portobello and cheese sandwich. It’s reasonably priced, comes with spicy fries, and typical food service quality: Moist and vinegar flavored but edible. Oddly it’s sliced half through into a grid of cubes, perhaps to aid cooking.
But it’s nice to have something subtle on the menu, reducing the “without the chicken” discussions.
The Varsity is sports-themed, with hanging televisions and a mediocre beer selection. No Shiner Bock here, a Texas tragedy!