The Delta SkyClub SFO Lounge Review was the first of my tour of Delta SkyClubs conducted in one day. My great routing for 12,500 Delta kyats took me from JFK-SFO-SLC. Along the way I laughed, I cried, I drank, and I slept.
After sitting in the last row of a Delta flight from SFO-JFK, I needed to eat, drink, and shower. The next stop on the tour of all things Delta was the SFO lounge. I’ll get to the typical pictures of the seating and the bar in a moment. Right now, I’d like to focus on what is the greatest food offering ever for an airport lounge. That’s right my friends, I’m talking about a little bowl of soup called pho.
I grabbed a craft beer from the bar and walked around the lounge to commence the most awkward part of this blogging profession, photographing lounges. As I blockaded the food buffet until I captured the perfect, artistic pic of carrots, my eyes were drawn to a display that looked very familiar: sriracha, jalapenos, limes, and chopsticks. Next to it was a huge pot full of broth. Next to that was small bowls of noodles. Finally, next to that was a sign providing directions on what could be done if these ingredients were mixed together. Overjoyed, I broke from blogger decorum and decided to eat the food instead of taking snapshots of it. Three bowls later, I went back to document what I have just described.
Here’s pics of other food should you be foolish enough to bypass on this phopportunity.
You’re not going to get top shelf alcohol here but they provide two craft beers that were refreshing. I recommend the mango one should you come during the summer.
Lounge showers are interesting to me. If I was paranoid of germs, I do not think that I would set foot in one. At the same time, I’m the one in need of a shower so that reasoning is flawed. The shower at this lounge was great. The best part was the soft Westin towels that I was tempted to keep.
The Delta SkyClub at SFO was very crowded. It’s partly due to the pho and it’s partly due to the small size. If you’re lucky, try to snag a seat by the window to enjoy the views of the planes coming and going.
I enjoyed my time in SFO. The next stop was SLC, a Delta lounge that I have already reviewed when I went there for breakfast. Here’s a pic of their craft beer.