Beijing Capital International Airport is set to get new food and snack options at Terminal 3, following the signing of a new deal worth more than RMB 500 million, according to the Moodie Report.

If you too were hoping for Dunkin' Donuts, sadly, that won't be part of the mix. Brands named in the deal include Parisian cafe Maxim's, Korean-style coffee shop Maan Coffee, Chinese Gourmet Noodle House, Caffe Ritazza, an Italian-style café, Tianjin baozi chain Goubuli Express, and Hong Kong-style Tai Hing. Cafés are clearly a big thing for SSP Group, the company involved in the deal. Both Maan and Maxim's will have two outlets in the terminal.

It's a six-year deal worth RMB 549 million, which shows how much coffee all those venues expect to sell at T3 during that period. It will also be interesting to see how that level of coffee saturation affects the presence of Costa Coffee and Starbucks Coffee, both of which have outlets at T3.

Current restaurants and at T3 include McDonald's, Pizza Hut, Bibigo, Burger King, Phrik Thai, and Cafe Sambal.

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