Contributed by Hirofumi Suda
Before I continue, I want to mention that the lounge was closed down on October 1st, 2017, to make space for United’s Polaris Lounge which is scheduled to be completed sometime in 2018. I still thought it would be worth writing this review so that you can see what the lounge was like and also what other EVA Air outstation lounges might be like.
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The EVA Air lounge used to be only open a few hours a day – timed with the airline’s departures out of the airport. As such, I was lucky that there happened to be an EVA Air flight around the same time as my Turkish Airlines flight, allowing me to check out the lounge as a Star Alliance Gold member.
The lounge next to a United Club lounge. And, also next to Singapore Airlines’ SilverKris Lounge which happened to be closed during my visit.
The lounge offered some apron views, and felt quite cozy.
It was divided into three sections – a buffet are with some sofas around it, a sitting area, and a separate room for EVA’s highest-tier members. There was nothing separating the main room from the space reserved for the highest-tier members, though.
The sofa chairs used in the lounge were comfortable. However, the seats were arranged in uncreative rows – and so the seating was a bit dense.
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Food and Drinks Selection
The food and drinks were mostly located on a large counter that was the centerpiece of the buffet area. And, the spread was fairly good for a lounge of that size.
As for drinks, besides the liquor pictured above, there was also a fridge with a selection of soft drinks and beer, as well as a coffee maker.
Food offered included mains such as chicken wings and wonton noodle soup, as well as lighter things like spring rolls and yoghurts.
The food quality was decent and it was nice that they offered many “local” Taiwanese options.
EVA Air Evergreen Lounge San Francisco Summary
Overall, I found the EVA Air Evergreen Lounge to be a comfortable place to relax, and I enjoyed the food and drinks there.
Part of it might have been due to the fact that during my visit, the lounge was mostly empty, though. I can imagine the lounge could get quite stuffy when it’s at its full capacity.
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In either case, though, as mentioned at the beginning, this lounge has closed down to allow for United lounge’s expansion.