I got to the Maple Leaf lounge around 5:30am, after, with no better options, spending the 21$ meal vouchers I got from United buying 7 packaged Starbucks scones that my family likes (although, in retrospect I could have probably just used them to load my Starbucks card for future use).
|Terminal 2 view from the lounge level|
The buffet had the breakfast spread on it, which was interestingly divided between the gluten side and gluten-free side (even if not labeled as such). Although I would be surprised if that was intentional.
The gluten-free side consisted of: Cheese, yogurt, boiled eggs and fresh and canned fruits.
Naturally the lounge also served Maple Syrup, which I also considered to be gluten-free as it only consisted of... pure Maple Syrup, and gave my yogurt a nice twist.
|Gluten side of the buffet|
|Gluten-Free side of the buffet|
As for drinks, there was a variety of soft drinks and a mediocre espresso machine and a Keurig capsules based coffee maker.
As for Alcohol, well, there was none... Although they did have a large number of empty wine glasses on display, right above a 2 weeks old liqueur license. Perhaps two weeks are not a long enough period to stock up?