New Breakfast Menu at the DFW American Express Centurion Lounge

Earlier this week I had a chance to visit the American Express Centurion Lounge at Dallas Fort Worth Airport again. I’ve previously reviewed this AmEx lounge extensively here, here, and here. Also, I Just Had the Best Shower of My Life at the DFW Centurion Lounge. On my latest visit, I noticed that there were new breakfast offerings which were way better than my previous visits.

All of the following dishes on the breakfast menu are created by Dean Fearing, creator of Fearing’s Restaurant.

Fresh seasonal fruit


Greek Yogurt with House-made Granola and Cereal


Pound Cake and Muffins


Charred Tomatillo and Poblano Salsa and Charred Tomato Salsa


Texas Migas Tacos – Chorizo, Grilled Onions, White Cheddar, Jalapenos, Roasted Tomatoes, Tomatillo Salsa (New)


Chili Braised Short Rib Hash, Fingerling Potatoes, Chile Poblano, Caramelized Onions, Scrambled Eggs (New)


Egg Frittata with Goat Cheese, Caramelized Onion, Savory Herbs, Tomato Ragu (New)


Vanilla French Toast with Mexican Cajeta, Caramelized Pineapple, Burnt Orange Cream (New)


Steel Cut Oatmeal, Cinnamon Sugar, Mexican Cajeta Raisin, Toasted Pecan Mix (New)


I had the Texas Migas Tacos with the Chili Braised Short Rib Hash, and Egg Frittata which were delicious.


I’m a huge fan of the DFW Centurion Lounge and breakfast was definitely upgraded to as many items as lunch/dinner. I’m glad they did away with the two breakfast taco choices which were quite bizarre since they tasted the same to me. The shredded short rib hash was my favorite item on the new breakfast menu. The ragu sauce on the Egg Frittata made a huge difference in terms of taste. Overall, I’m impressed with the new breakfast items.


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2 Comments on "New Breakfast Menu at the DFW American Express Centurion Lounge"

  1. Cool post. How many minutes does it take to get to this lounge from the average AA gate? (I’m thinking like LAX-DFW-FLL) How long of a layover would you build in?

  2. @stvr, I think a healthy adult can get from the Centurion to most of DFW (using the SkyTrain) in about 15 minutes. Of course, remember that many gates close well before departure time, so unless you’re in Terminal D already, I suggest people allot 1 hour plus however long they’d like to spend in the CL.

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