| Travelling during COVID-19 you are accustomed to a skeleton airport operation, staring air closed shops while you wait for your next flight. My flight being scheduled past midnight I joyed to see an "OPEN" sign on the Plaza Premium Lounge. After checking with the staff member I learned that this is the only open lounge past midnight with operating hours from 23:00-08:00. Great! or was it? After a USD 64 cover charge I went straight to the buffet. The premium choice I had to make was between 4 cup noodles, a lonely salad in a 300ml plastic cup, and a tomato soup resemblance, in color only. Those were the sad leftovers at 23:38, so 38min after the lounge had opened with about 12-13 guests. Upon asking when the shelfs would be refilled, I was told that kitchen staff had already left. I should better hurry to grab myself a cup noodle, the gourmet choice for tonight. I could have gotten a cup of coffee and some instant noodles from a vending machine for U$8. Here is what's advertised on the Plaza Premium website. "While we are open to serve you, your health and wellbeing is of paramount importance. Guided by our “We Care of Your Wellbeing” campaign, in-lounge meal service is modified to pre-portioned light refreshments and a range of beverages including coffee, tea and soft drinks." So in short don't bother, and lookout for that vending machine Price is Pre-COVID, service and food isn't.