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| Delights to Go location: Instead of a lounge, the Delights to Go area is a self-service counter next to Gate G19 where two vending machines distribute snacks. After scanning the boarding pass, one can choose between three different snack boxes. The idea is to offer an option to passengers that do not have time to visit the lounge. Access rules: The usual suspects are allowed: Basically same as to a Business Class Lounge (M&M HON, SEN, FTL, *G, F, C). It was possible to go to the regular lounge before and then grab a snack at the Delights to Go area prior to my flight. As the name indicates, this is not a lounge but a quick option to pick up a snack box. There was an attendant who scanned my boarding pass and let me in. As Star Alliance Gold, I could have brought a companion. Delights to Go offerings: There are two identical snack box vending machines and two coffee machines on the left side and a service counter on the right side. While the coffee machines can be used without scanning a boarding pass, a snack box can only be retrieved from the vending machine by scanning the boarding pass. After scanning, I had a choice between three food bundles: - Balance: Goat cheese wrap, seeds with raisins, fresh apple, still water. - Classic: Tunasalad, Honey spiced almonds, fresh apple, still water. - Local: Meat Loaf Croissant, Brezel with sour cream flavour, fresh apple, still water. These choices vary and on a different occasion the local option was called Oktoberfest and contained a sausage salad, a bag of pretzels, a fresh apple and still water. This time I chose the Balance option. It took some 20 seconds until the box was dispensed. Lufthansa branded paper bags were available to carry the box. The wrap was quite tasty but I didn´t like the small apple too much. I would have preferred a packed fruit salad. It was a nice snack but I would not consider it a replacement for a lunch. In theory, only one snack box is given per boarding pass. Both machines are connected to each other and it was not possible to scan the same boarding pass at each machine. The machine was also smart enough to figure out that the actual printed boarding pass and the boarding pass on my phone are the same and it showed me that my boarding pass had already been used. But I did find a work-around: When I changed my seat in the Lufthansa App an updated boarding pass was shown on my phone. Even though my boarding sequence number remained the same, I could pull another box. It was also interesting to see that the machine apparently does not take booking class or status into consideration: The week before I was flying with my partner (different reservation, no status, economy class) and she also received a snack box. It seems like once you are in the Delights to Go area you can scan any Lufthansa boarding pass. In fact, there was a dad scanning boarding passes and getting snack boxes for his three children and his wife who were waiting outside. It would be interesting to see if boarding passes of other Star Alliance airlines or even of non Star Alliance airlines are accepted by the machine. After my return flight I wanted to try if the machine Also gives out a snack box for arriving passengers, but the agent refused to let me. Verdict: The location of the Delights to go area could be closer to the main security gates. If you have to go to the satellite or the international gates this means a detour. The taste and the quality of the food are quite good.