NAIA T3 Food


So far, Delifrance is the best food available in NAIA Terminal 3. A sandwich would cost anywhere from Php 120-Php 240. We would order it to go and bring it to the airplane with us. Yes, you can eat on the airplane as long as the tray tables are stowed during take off.

Finally, I’m happy that we have a world class airport for our Cebu Pacific and PAL Express flights. Just another tip, Philippine Air Line EXPRESS terminal is in NAIA Terminal 3 and not in NAIA Terminal 2.

I made a mistake last Friday of assuming all Philippine Air Line flights are in NAIA terminal 2. My brother Rommel dropped us off in Terminal 2 and found out that we are in the wrong terminal. I’m glad that we had enough time (45mins before the flight) to transfer from T2 to T3 and catch the PAL Express flight to Busuanga. Did you make the same mistake before?
Anton
Text and Photos by Anton Diaz. Copyright 2008.

PS. Here are the other food options in NAIA Terminal 3…


Go Nuts Donuts


Cinnabon


A Sari Sari Store

11 thoughts on “NAIA T3 Food

  1. Hey anton,
    i just got married last July 11, went to Boracay with my husband and friends last August 6 and since we took CEBU PAC, we were able to tryout the NAIA T3.
    It’s really nice πŸ˜‰ I hope they maintain it to be orderly and clean and hope they add a variety of food stalls.
    Overall, we had a good time and a comfy experience.

  2. Before check-in, there’s a row of food stalls too: one of the donut places, Kopi Roti, and Jollibee. Inside, near gates 12 to 15, you’ll see a Seattle’s Best, a Japanese food stall, and a small National Bookstore concession. Unfortunately, or fortunately, they took down the “Water unsafe to drink sign” at the water fountain. Hopefully they took down the fountain too!

  3. we were able to be ‘one-of-the-first few people’ who had their flights in terminal three.. back then i remember that it’s only jollibee that was open. now that they have more food shops, FT (foodtrips) can really be more enjoyable while waiting for the flight!

  4. hi anton,
    it warms my heart to finally see T3 operational. i was part of the company who built it. i am now in vancouver and don’t know when i will be able to experience using it but to see you guys appreciating T3 is i guess enough for me at this time. of course, i hope it gets maintained and operated properly.

  5. T3 is so nice! We finally have a domestic airport to be proud of πŸ™‚
    I found it weird though that the ramp that connects the departure area to the plane is not being fully used. You just walk until the very end of the ramp then take the stairs down. You walk a short distance in the open air then go up the stairs to board the plane!
    I hope this is only temporary. Sayang naman!

  6. T3 is so nice! We finally have a domestic airport to be proud of πŸ™‚
    I found it weird though that the ramp that connects the departure area to the plane is not being fully used. You just walk until the very end of the ramp then take the stairs down. You walk a short distance in the open air then go up the stairs to board the plane!
    I hope this is only temporary. Sayang naman!

  7. Buti pa kayo.. πŸ™ lagi nyo nakikita ang terminal 3. nagsasawa na ako sa newark, lhr, fort lauderdale at LAS. πŸ™
    i really miss pinas…
    di bale 42 days more…………………………….. πŸ˜€
    HELLO POLLUTION.
    HELLO EDSA.
    HELLO HOME.

  8. Buti na lang I read your post! We’ll go to Boracay this December on PAL Express. I was thinking sa T2.. T3 na pala! πŸ™‚ Thanks!

  9. It does look way better compared to T1 and T2, BUT, when we arrived back from HK, we were waiting for more than 15 minutes to get off the plane, BECAUSE the “tube” isn’t working and we have to get off the plane by using stairs πŸ™

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