Wolfgang Puck Kitchen Counter

Terminal A, 2627 N Hollywood Way Gate A3, Burbank
(818) 972-1337

Recent Reviews

Desert Rose

One of the very best Airport food spots. Pricey, as is all airport food but worth it! Food was great. Coffee ☕️ was the best I have ever had. My first meal with carbs in three years. Went off Keto that day. First non keto meal. It was a nice breakfast.Food: 5/5

Janet McIntyre

I always stop here for a pre-flight drink - either Prosecco or a Bloody Mary. If you’re not smiling after talking with Estella the server/bartender, there’s no hope ? Her smile and knack for remembering faces are a great combo

Rebecca B.

Super overpriced for a basic, too-dry BLT and greasy house made chips with no seasoning. I don’t expect airport food to be great, but this definitely felt like paying for the name only. Would have been better off with a pre-made sandwich from one of the carts!

Abe El-Raheb

Mediocre food at absolutely criminal prices. Having to spend $25 on a Caesar salad (when including a reasonable tip for the cashier + staff) should make any reasonable, sane person a Marxist. Including a star for the nice staff but otherwise this is an absolutely nightmarish situation.

Dan B.

See my review if a couple of days ago. My CC now shows two (2) separate charges of $23+ for one Turkey sandwich. Scam or outright thievery. STAY Away. Ran my CC twice. Unbelievable. Hassel but will dispute. Get you house in order Wolfgang.

Guido Karp

We had the cheese quesadilla and were impressed. Not that they were the best we ever had, but much better than we thought they would be. Then, the true hero was our waitress Estela - what a gem. Why not five stars? It is mandatory that I would be willing to make a 30+ min detour just to dine here - with all due respect to wonderful Estela - this would be a tad too much to ask for ;)By the way: I rarely read other people's comments - this time, I did. Guys: what do you expect from an airport restaurant?

Guido K.

We had the cheese quesadilla and were impressed. They were not the best we ever had, but much better than we thought they would be. Then, the true hero was our waitress Estela - what a gem. Why not five stars? It is mandatory that I would be willing to make a 30+ min detour just to dine here - with all due respect to wonderful Estela - this would be a tad too much to ask for ;) By the way: I rarely read other people's comments - this time, I did. Guys: what do you expect from an airport restaurant?

Mark A.

More like Wolfgang Yuck. Got a basic breakfast of eggs and bacon. The eggs were apparently powdered, not fresh. The three pieces of bacon were uncooked, barely cooked and slightly more cooked. Nothing like raw bacon and powdered eggs to reinvigorate your day. My wife's avocado toast was passable. Food was very expensive...even for an airport. Hang your head in shame Wolfgang. Even McDonalds uses fresh eggs for Egg McMuffins. Wolfgang "0"; Ronald "1".

Eric C.

Food is decent for airport fare, but it's insanely expensive. $18+ for a cold gas station sandwich (but hey, it comes with chips). The hot food is good enough. It's crazy that there are no alternatives in this entire terminal. Also, no airline discount. That's absurd.

Paige C.

I love Burbank airport for how easy it is, but unfortunately as many of us know, there aren't a ton of food options. I was here early Saturday evening, and it seemed like Wolfgang Puck was the only made to order service establishment open in Terminal A. My flight was delayed so I had some time to kill. I ordered a $19.95 pepperoni pizza and the cashier told me it would take 10-15 mins. After 15 mins I inquired about my pizza and it wasn't even made yet. Overall I spent nearly 30 mins waiting and I had to beg the manager to take the pizza that was sitting on the counter directly in front of me for 5 mins, which she said was part of a different order. In no universe should airport food ever take this long. There were other people who ordered before me who were still waiting on food. The manager was unapologetic. To their credit, they weren't shoving pre-made pizzas into the oven, but, my only saving grace was that my flight was even further delayed, otherwise I would have been at risk of missing my flight waiting on a pizza. The pizza was good, but the agonizingly long wait really sucked.

Rebecca G.

Way overpriced and rude lady at the counter. You really think I'm going to tip when nothing is being served to me? It's cafeteria style. The credit card machine has the audacity to ask.

Skyla D.

DO NOT GO HERE!! WASYE OF MONEY!! Had some time to spare at the airport and hadn't atem all day. Came to the Kitchen Counter to order food for me and my family. I had ordered the alfredo rigatoni, mediterranean sandwich, and the bacon wrapped meat loaf. Prices are way too high for no reason! Terrible customer service. Lady was rude from the get go and got my order wrong most likely from a miscommunication. She gave me everything right except for my meatloaf. She had given me spaghetti with meatballs. After confronting her about my wrong order and she said "that's not what you ordered." and told me to talk to a manager if i had wanted a refund. The overall experience was terrible and situation could have been handled much better and efficiently. The food was overall okay.

Clare C.

Came here during a layover in the Burbank airport. There were not a lot of options to eat so I came here. It was a little pricy, even for an airport. It was crowded and hard to find a spot. I ordered a pizza which was pretty good and filling. I was able to add my own 3 ingredients. I wish I could've had more ingredients. I liked the arugula on it. I just don't think it needed to be $20. I was going to get a salad but they looked very small and also were $20.

Graham Walker

Got the turkey club and it was great! Everything was fresh, and they did not skimp on turkey. Price was high, but the quality was on point. Employees were pleasant and appeared to be working hard. Nice to have a healthy food option that isn't grab and go!

Martin Cohn

Always seemed very overpriced for what it is, but now it’s just downright insulting. A “grab and go” turkey sandwich for $16.95? Seriously. Perhaps it’s ridiculous rent and if so, the Airport Authority needs to lower the rent. Otherwise it’s pure greed to a captive audience.

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