On clearing Security for a trans-Atlantic flight from F concorse I looked for a place to eat. The airport signage for 'Restaurants' directed me to the mezzanine, where except for a wine bar and Starbucks, there were only fast food outlets typical of the food court of a rundown shopping mall. Not seeing any alternative I bought a meal from one of these outlets and it was almost inedible so I left it. Descending to the main floor I walked despondently on to my gate. But, lo and behold! there was the Jekyll Island Seafood Restaurant which had not been visible when the signage mis-directed me to the mezzanine area. Apparently the Jekyll Island Seafood Restaurant is currently the only sit down restaurant on the concorse so the airport 'Restaurant' signage is doubly misleading. I still had room for a starter so opted for the crab cake. It was superb, made almost entirely of crab with delicate flavoring and nicely moist. I helped it down with a nice glass of white wine. After my experience on the mezzanine above, it was indeed a delight to end up at the Jekyll Island seafood Restaurant. I walked on to the gate with a spring in my step.
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