With Terminal 4 being operational since 31 October 2017, Cathay Pacific finally have a lounge they can call their own. It is located on the second level, just opposite Plaza Premium Lounge. The design and colour scheme is very similar to other Cathay Lounges (especially compared to The Deck in HKIA). The lounge itself isn’t big, it has a dedicated dining area near the entrance and a separate lounge area further in.
The dining area is pretty spacious and it is fashioned like a restaurant with tables catered to accommodating couples to families. The noodle bar is the highlight of the dining area with cook to order items (similar to Cathay lounges in Hong Kong).
There is a smaller buffet section with less choices of salad and some hot items. There is a coffee machine with some selections of JING tea (Cathay uses JING tea for their lounges and flights).
The food from the noodle station was certainly excellent! The hot items and salad from the buffet station wasn’t shabby either – as pre-prepared buffet items tend to be lousy.
If one is in mood for the bubbly, there are many bottles of Moet lining up in the fridge (with other alcoholic beverages).
The Cathay Lounge in terminal 4 is certainly an upgrade from the Dnata Lounge it was using back in the Terminal 1 days. It may not be big (it looked smaller than the Plaza Premium lounge), but the noodle bar certainly stands out for their food.