This would have come in really handy for me a few years ago. There’s a new site available for providing information and reviews on airport eateries. Learn more about airport food at http://www.AirportDining.net.
It seems odd that one of the first menu results is for the top-rated restaurants, because it seems like it doesn’t matter which ones are top-rated — if they’re not on your travel list, they’re not going to be on your list. But anyway. The site’s front page also lists airports from around the world alphabetically, broken out into several sections. I took a look at the Logan airport in Boston.
The page for Logan airport listed 11 places to eat, from Dunkin’ Donuts to UFood Grill. Each listing contains information about the eatery, from the usual (cuisine type, price, which meals it’s appropriate for) to the air-port specific (whether it is pre- or post- security.)
Only a few of the listings had reviews, but the reviews account for several different factors at each eatery (taste, cleanliness, service, etc.) and because of that I can imagine these reviews being really useful as more people review sites.
It would be nice if those with special eating needs (vegetarian, gluten-free, etc.) could get some additional guidance from this site, but that doesn’t seem to be part of it. I didn’t see any special dietary notations on any of the listings I looked at. But I could still see how this would come in really handy! Worth a look.