Lounge Review: Singapore Airlines SilverKris Lounge at Delhi

Review: Singapore Airlines SilverKris Lounge at Delhi Indira Gandhi International

Contributed by Hirofumi Suda
Contributed by Hirofumi Suda
Hirofumi is an aviation enthusiast based in Zama, Japan. He fell in love with commercial aviation when he was eight, and ever since then has flown on more than 600 flights with more than 70 airlines. If you happen to read Japanese, also make sure to check his personal blog here.

The first lounge I visited as part of my around-the-world trip with Star Alliance earlier this month was the Singapore Airlines SilverKris Lounge.

It is one of three Star Alliance Lounges at Delhi airport with the other two being Lufthansa Lounge and Air India Lounge. As a side note, the Air India Lounge is the only one that is open 24/7.

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The SilverKris Lounge can be a bit difficult to find, as one must pass through a little corridor to the right of the main transit hall. From there, one has to take an elevator to the third floor where it is located together with other lounges including the Lufthansa Lounge and the Emirates Lounge.

SilverKris Lounge Delhi Location

Directions to the SilverKris Lounge.
Singapore Airlines SilverKris Lounge Delhi Entrance

Singapore Airlines SilverKris Lounge at Delhi entrance.

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Lounge Overview

While the lounge is cozy, it was heavily crowded at the time of my visit, and I was hardly able to find an empty seat. The only space I’ve managed to get myself was on a bar stool in the buffet area – not a seat ideal for relaxing.

Because of the fact that the lounge was full, I did not feel comfortable taking photographs of the lounge itself, but I’ve managed to capture all the food and beverages (more on that further down).

SilverKris Lounge Delhi Food Selection

Food and drinks counter.

In general, however, the lounge has high-density seating arrangements, and when it gets full it can be quite stuffy inside. As for the lounge’s restrooms, they are shared with Lufthansa Lounge. There is one shower stall available in the lounge as well.

Finally, the lounge also offers wi-fi. To access it, one had to use password which was provided at the reception by one of the friendly agents.

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Food and Drinks Selection

The buffet spread was very decent. There were many options available including a good mix of Indian, East Asian, and Western dishes.


Counter with hot meals.
Food Selection

Vegetarian food and bread.
Creamy shrimp curry and chicken curry

Creamy shrimp curry and chicken curry.
Western style fish stew

Western style fish stew.
Patishapta, or Bengali style crepe

Patishapta (Bengali style crepe).
Ingredients for chicken macaroni soup

Ingredients for chicken macaroni soup.
Mocha pastries

Mocha pastries.
Indian style green vegetables and chapatti

Indian style green vegetables and chapatti.
Hot snacks and sandwiches

Hot snacks and sandwiches.

Selection of salads and yoghurts.

As for drinks, there was a selection of soft drinks including juices and canned soda, as well as of hot drinks. On the alcoholic side, there was a selection of hard liquor as well as wine and beer.

Drinks selection

Selection of alcoholic drinks and juices.

Canned soft drinks, wine and beer.
“Sula” Indian sparkling wine

Indian sparkling wine “Sula.”

Personally, I had ratatouille soup, slices of chicken ham, fresh salad, prawn curry and fish stew with rice. I also had mocha pastry, along with Jack Daniel’s on the rocks. While the food was nothing spectacular, it provided for a decent quick bite.

Food Selection

My food selection…

…and dessert.

Singapore Airlines SilverKris Lounge Delhi Summary

As it seemed like I visited the lounge during the busiest time of the day, it was not too comfortable and so I went to the Lufthansa lounge next door.

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Overall, however, the food spread was quite good, and the drink selection was decent as well. As such, I believe that during quieter times of the day, the SilverKris Lounge in Delhi can be a quite comfortable place to relax before a flight.

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