Last Update: Sep 6th, 2014


Fort Lauderdale International Airport
Fort Lauderdale FL, 33315
(305) 572-1150
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Hours: 7am-9pm
Attire: casual
Parking: Airport Parking
CC: Yes
Alcohol: None
Prices: Moderate
Outside Dining: No
Reservations: No
Delivery: No

Critic's Review

Pasha's is the only thing resembling a restaurant in the Fort Lauderdale Airport Terminal B, where Southwest passengers hang out before their flights. From the front it looks like any of the other fast food places, but they have a dining area behind the Cruzan bar that's actually not too bad. They have some booths, soft middle eastern music and table service. The line for bagels was way too long and I had some time, so I took a table and ordered breakfast.

I had already bought coffee at the Dunkin Donuts express, and I ordered 2 eggs and chicken sausage, which is served with pita and tea or coffee. I guess my server saw the coffee and figured I didn't need a drink, as she didn't ask if I wanted tea or coffee. Water had to be sent back (I don't want lemon in my water, I wish the people in South Florida would ask about such things), and unlike the servers, the food service was very fast.

Pashas eggs

I guess they're not allowed to serve real silverware for obvious reasons, but the food was pretty bad regardless. Eggs are eggs, but a crisp pita has no value at all; I didn't see anyone at any of the tables take more than a bite. While it might be very Mediterranean, it just doesn't replace toast or a muffin or a bagel in any substantive way. The "sausage", which you can order made from chicken or beef, is not a sausage at all. Its Mediterranean seasoned meat; the kind you might get in a Kafta Kabab; ground beef or chicken mixed with onions and spices.

The service here is not attentive; getting my check was a chore, which shouldn't happen in an airport when everyone there has a plane to catch. You don't want to come here if you're in a hurry; that's for certain.

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