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After a really nice visit to the Sky Club near gate 21 we wanted to check out the other Delta club here in NRT even though our jet was closer to the current club. After a short walk past security we found our way to the right place.
If you look right across from Gate 15 you will see an elevator to take you one level up from the gates to the Sky Club.
The “look” of both of the two clubs in NRT is very similar from decor to seating and even in semi circle shape. But this is clearly a MUCH smaller club than the other one and I would guess at certain times it may become crowded (maybe others can comment below).
Looking right of the entrance you have a semi private area as well as a long back counter for laptop work away from the windows.
Then you have a large central seating area and window seating and additional work counter. The view, however, is mostly of gates.
But you can catch the end of the runway and see jets inbound when the wind is right.
Next we have some computers for use (when they are not broken with a note stuck on the screen that is).
Now at the far left, from entrance, you have another seating area that does have a better view of the runway and also a semi private room area to enjoy.
Also on this side of the club are bathrooms, phones as well as showers. I am sorry I did not, in this club or the other one, ask for access as readers have commented the “tech” would have been fun to play with. Next visit I promise to try them.
Right behind check-in is the food service area that does feel much more cramped compared to the other club with the same choices offered for breakfast.
Drinks are also the same self service as well as the very fun beer machines (check out the other club review for a video of these neat little machines).
But what I was really waiting for was the switch over to the lunch menu to try the spring rolls and other goodies.
What was brought out was rolls with prawns and I have to say they were excellent. What was not as outstanding were the BBQ chicken skewers as they were only semi-warm and rather poor quality chicken to be frank.
So I went back for seconds of the spring rolls but tried not to stuff myself as I was looking forward to the meal on the flight back home as well.
Overall I enjoyed this club. If your flight is departing from this “side” and gates it is well worth the visit. If you have a longer layover, stick with the club near gate 21! – René
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