QF First Lounge vs Centurion Lounge in Sydney

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mspcooper

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 09 May 2013

Total posts 446

I have never been to the Centurion lounge in Sydney. For people who have done both, which one is better suited for breakfast time please, in regards to food and space? I have a flight out of Sydney around 9am.

Last time i visited the first lounge was prior to the pandemic, and it was around lunch time.

sid

Member since 07 Jan 2011

Total posts 207

You can't beat the QF First Lounge's a la carte breakfast menu options. It's definitely the better lounge of the two.

Try the corn fritters, they're excellent.

QFflyer_10

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 25 Aug 2022

Total posts 42

Hi @mscooper,

No question. Generally, airline lounges are better than paid and reward lounges like Centurion and Plaza Premium. Especially if its a QF First Lounge,

Cheers,

QFflyer_10

Husko

Member since 11 Mar 2017

Total posts 22

Just a comment on QF First lounge - I was there early in the day in November 22 and was only the breakfast menu. No all day dining options at all which was disappointing. Bain-marie bacon and eggs.....was hoping for some squid and a pavlova!

Sid - I will try the corn fritters when I am on another early flight in July. Thanks

Joe

Member since 03 May 2013

Total posts 184

Originally Posted by Husko

Just a comment on QF First lounge - I was there early in the day in November 22 and was only the breakfast menu. No all day dining options at all which was disappointing. Bain-marie bacon and eggs.....was hoping for some squid and a pavlova!

Sid - I will try the corn fritters when I am on another early flight in July. Thanks

You were probably in first lounge too close to it reopening as a dedicated first lounge and they were still getting things back up and running. The menus are always amazing as is the lounge generally. (Unlike the in-flight product which is sub par in almost every way - catering included).

As for comparing the two lounges there is no comparison. The first lounge far surpasses any lounge in Australia and many similar premium lounges internationally. Qantas do know how to do first class...unfortunately only on the ground and not in the air.


Last edited by Joe at Apr 01, 06.22 PM.
Last editedby Joe at Apr 01, 2023, 06:23 PM.

patrickk

Qantas

Member since 19 Apr 2012

Total posts 732

It’s a bit of a misnomer. All day dining starts at 11.00 after breakfast. I’ve had that issue as well and they gave me something off the all day dining menu a little early.

Cranport

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 06 Mar 2020

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Definitely Qantas 1st class. No question

NQflyer

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Member since 02 Jun 2015

Total posts 61

Amex Sydney lounge very underwhelming. QF F lounge every time.

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