The Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris, France, sees nearly 70 million passengers annually, making it the second largest airport in France and the eighth largest in the world in terms of passenger volume. And while Paris in and of itself is a destination, the airport is a major hub for connecting flights — more than 30 percent of the people in Charles de Gaulle every year are connecting to somewhere else. That means lots of downtime for eating.

You can find a decent meal in pretty much every terminal, but some are better than others. These are the best places to eat and drink in every terminal and section of Charles de Gaulle.

Terminal 1

Teppan: Pre-security outpost by chef Thierry Marx, who is behind Michelin-starred restaurants in France. The name is a shortened version of the Japanese word teppanyaki, which means “grilled on an iron plate.” There are French classics like croque madame and meat and fish dishes prepared with Japanese seasonings.

Café Eiffel: Quick salads, sandwiches, and lunch items with a full bar. Nothing to write home about, but also nothing to write a hate letter about.

Brioche Dorée: Simple place to stop by for a quick pastry or dessert and an espresso.

Naked: Fast food, but healthy.

Terminal 2A

Frenchy’s: Simple burgers, fries, semi-healthy salads, and big beers. Located pre-security.

Caviar House & Prunier Seafood Bar: Upscale (and upper price) raw bar. The focus, as the name suggests, is on seafood. It’s all raw, and there’s a decent selection of beer, wine, and spirits.

Café Eiffel: Quick salads, sandwiches, and lunch items with a full bar. Just like in Terminal 1, it’s nothing to write home about, but also nothing to write a hate letter about.

Terminal 2C

Bert’s: Done-up sandwiches, salads, and soups for a quick fix.

Caviar House & Prunier Seafood Bar: Raw seafood bar. There’s not much in Terminal 2C, but if you’re looking for an easy drink it’s not a bad option.

Terminal 2D

Brioche Dorée: Simple place to stop by for a quick pastry or dessert and an espresso.

EXKI: Belgian fast-food sandwich and soup chain. You take what you can get in 2D.

Terminal 2E

Yo! Sushi (Hall K): Quick-serve chain sushi restaurant you can find (and trust) in airports around the world.

EXKI (Hall K, L, M): Belgian fast-food chain that serves sandwiches and soups.

I Love Paris (Hall L): Just ignore the name, this isn’t the dining equivalent of those “I heart NY” shirts. It’s run by Guy Martin, whose restaurants in France have earned Michelin stars. This isn’t one of them, but it does have a long bar and simple yet satisfying dishes.

Café Cubiste (Hall M): Well designed restaurant with basic French bistro food that offers table service and takeaway.

Terminal 2F

Brasserie Flo: A classic French bistro with an Alsatian twist that serves up classics like confit duck and steak tartare. Wine by the glass and bottle are available with or without food. It’s located before security, so give yourself time to pass if you plan on eating here.

Bellota-Bellota: Say you’re in a hurry but don’t want to sacrifice quality. Opt for takeaway or a quick eat in at Bellota-Bellota, which has bocadillos (Spanish sandwiches) filled with Iberian ham, anchovies, and Spanish delicacies.

The French Taste: When you order at the counter of this bistro, you’ll be asked how long you have and advised what you should order. The food is upscale French bistro, with options like foie gras terrine, vegetarian spring rolls, and macaroons for dessert.