My wife and I fast until noon, so when we arrived from Burbank into San Francisco ahead of our Lufthansa trip to Germany, we headed right for the Yankee Pier for lunch, still a great Priority Pass restaurant.
Yankee Pier SFO Review 
During the pandemic Yankee Pier cut backs it menu significantly, particularly its selection of fish and seafood. Thankfully, there is at least salmon back on the menu and you can order a grilled salmon filet with roasted squash and herb chimichurri for $28.95. That’s a bit more than the $28 credit you have as a Priority Pass member (per-person, up to two people), but well worth it for a nice piece of fish.
We also ordered a Yankee Salad ($14.50) with a breast of chicken on side ($9.00). That ate up our free credit and we still had to tip, but this proved a better lunch than at the United Club.
My daughter liked the chicken so much she made a grab for it when the waiter placed it on the table. Not appropriate, my dear.
However, I found the chicken not especially interesting, but liked the crisp romaine lettuce and candied pecans in the salad.
Note, there are also new additions to the menu like breakfast available all day and a Beyond Burger.
If you’re not in the mood for a salmon filet, I also recommend the fish tacos, which include three tacos with grilled Pacific cod on corn tortillas with tomatillo salsa and cole slaw. Always tasty.
Finally, the coffee here is okay…there are better places in the airport, but the cappuccino was drinkable.
Yankee Pier remains one of my favorite Priority Pass restaurants. You cannot go wrong with either the fish tacos or the grilled salmon. Next time, however, I am going to try Mustards Bar & Grill, a new addition to the Priority Pass restaurant network, and will be sure to post a review.