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Cathay Pacific’s The Bridge Lounge is one of the newer lounges and is located in the West Concourse located by Gate 35. There are two sides of the lounge, unfortunately we only had enough time to explore the North side.
In order to get to the lounge, take the escalator down to the reception area. After showing our boarding passes, we were invited into the lounge and were pointed in the direction of The Bakery.
There is a long narrow section of seats overlooking the tarmac.
The Bakery has many tables, and was fortunately rather empty when we were there.
Hot options included dim sum, baked tomatoes, bacon, sausage, congee and soup.
There were also sandwiches, bread, pasties, and salad.
There is also a small refrigerator with drinks and beer, coffee machine and espresso machine.
There is also a smaller sitting area past The Bakery.
At The Long Bar, there are alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks available. I decided to have an iced cappuccino which was excellent.
Along the wall by the entrance, there is a “secret” door to get to the restrooms. The door blends in with the wall so many people seemed to walk right past it while trying to get to the restroom.
The Bridge was a nice, peaceful and relaxing place to grab a drink or getting something to eat before a flight.
I only wish we would have had more time to explore the other side of the lounge.