Trapped in Terminal B for two hours, I could buy lunch from national chains or other national chains. Manchu Wok. Ruby Tuesday. Ick. Then I spotted Zaza. Zaza Modern Cuban Diner is a frill-free local place with two restaurants in addition to its modest airport counter.
The choices aren't as healthful as I might prefer. At airports, I often settle for cubed rubbery cheese with grapes and apples likely kept fresh-ish with sulfites. Yet Zaza is real food--buttery rolls filled with authentic Cuban fillings.
So, I decided the mojo chicken sandwich is less fattening than the Cuban, beef, or pork sandwiches, and placed my order. The service was painfully slow and uncommunicative, but the sandwich was as good as it gets.
The garlic and onions though--now I'm downing stale Starbursts to compensate.
And now my flights is boarding.