Chef Bruno Loubet Opens Seeds at Brisbane Airport

Travelers through Brisbane Airport now have a reason to get excited about airport food. Michelin-star chef Bruno Loubet has opened a new healthy dining spot called Seeds this year in the airport’s domestic terminal.

What is Seeds?

Seeds taps into our growing desires to not only eat healthy food but to find ways to live more sustainability. Bruno Loubet is famous for his salad and dressing recipes, which are featured on the menu.

We definitely believe that salads, vegetables, and grains are the future of healthy eating, both for us and our planet. It’s encouraging to see these healthy food options arriving at airports where we typically have little choice of what to eat, and little time to find the healthy options.

“Not only does Seeds deliver an exciting menu that complements what is currently on offer in our Domestic Terminal, by using locally sourced produce the team at Seeds will literally be serving up the essence of Queensland with their colorful, nourishing and refreshing options,” said Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) General Manager, Airline and Retail Management Andrew Brodie.

Who is Bruno Loubet?

Bruno Loubet is an award-winning, internationally experienced chef. He has worked in restaurants in the UK, earning Michelin stars and Times Restaurant of the Year awards on numerous occasions. Now living in Queensland in Australia and passionate about issues of sustainability, he is building a cooking school in the Gold Coast Hinterland.

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Seeds Brisbane Airport

The menu at Seeds

Seeds’ sources produce locally from suppliers with a proven track record of sustainability to give travelers the tastiest and healthiest meals.

They make and bottle dressings and juices in house, so you know they’re fresh, and they don’t add anything to the juices. No sugar, no preservatives. Just the fruit and vegetables.

The restaurant serves up everything from poke bowls and fruit salads to smoothies, juices, and coffee, all with an elevated touch.

Location: Level 2, after security, Qantas Terminal Food Court

Hours: Monday to Sunday, 4:30 am too late

Have you tried the new Seeds restaurant at Brisbane Airport? Let us know in the comments! Don’t forget to tag #ITravelWell with all your healthy food finds at airports and around the world.

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Nicola Brown

Senior Editor at Vane Magazine

Nicola is an international award-winning writer, editor and communication consultant based in Toronto. She has traveled to 32 countries so far and is always poised to head out the door again. She loves both the visceral and intellectual dimensions of travel, and will passionately argue for its psychological paybacks, especially after a few glasses of wine. Having spent many years on the road and in the air, she's interested in how travelers can maintain a healthy mind and body through it all.

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