Eggs blackstone – Lark Creek Grill

Eggs blackstone - Lark Creek Grill
Poached eggs, Zoe’s bacon, tomato, English muffin, lemon hollandaise. $14.75
Lark Creek Grill, San Francisco International Airport (SFO)

Mmm, this tasted great! And I don’t usually say that about airport food. I loved the all the ingredients in the eggs blackstone and the breakfast potatoes were fabulous! Why can’t the food at Yankee Pier be nearly as good? They’re the same restaurant group?

Mimosa - Lark Creek Grill
Mimosa. $9

T2 art installation
T2 art installation.

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Full breakfast – Lark Creek Grill

Full breakfast - Lark Creek Grill
Scrambled eggs, home fries, wheat toast, and bacon. $12.75
Lark Creek Grill, San Francisco International Airport (SFO)

A standard breakfast, but well done as airport food goes. The bacon was extra crispy and flat (must have been baked). The potatoes were a bit on the greasy side, but other than that not too many complaints.

Pacific coastline
Pacific coastline from the plane.

Heirloom tomato and fresh mozzarella salad – Lark Creek Grill

Heirloom tomato and fresh mozzarella salad - Lark Creek Grill
Mixed medley heirloom tomatoes, rustic basil pesto, arugula, balsamic reduction. $12.75
Lark Creek Grill, San Francisco International Airport (SFO)

Heirloom tomato and fresh mozzarella salad - Lark Creek Grill
Mmm, I love heirloom tomatoes! This was actually a really great dish from an airport restaurant, but everything is better at T2 at SFO. They had a great tomato variety in the dish too. Noms!

Boont amber ale - Lark Creek Grill

Boont amber ale, Anderson Valley, Booneville CA. $6