I wasn’t sure if I’d like the lounge food, but I happily devoured plates of salad, sandwiches, and ramen.
I’ll admit, I’m not the biggest fan of airplane food, and cafeterias don’t often call my name.
To me, the lounge initially felt like a combination of those two dining options, and I didn’t have high expectations for my meal.
But I was surprised by the range of free food along the buffet tables. I could pick between salads, sandwiches, cheese and crackers, a black bean chicken dish, roasted vegetables, soups, and desserts.
There was also an entire “build your own” ramen station with tofu, chicken, vegetables, different broths, and noodles. Even beyond that, I saw snacks like chips, pretzels, fruit, yogurt, and granola bars.
The range of food was impressive, and honestly, I thought it was pretty tasty, too. By the end of my seven-hour stay, I had scarfed down a bowl of ramen, multiple plates of salad, and desserts, all as part of my lounge access.