One of the many highlights of travelling by Eurostar trains is their great food and beverage offerings in all carriage classes. Highlights include Raymond Blanc menus in Business Premier Class and pre-ordered Duval Leroy champagne (£44 per bottle) on any class of carriage. The company also prides itself on offering food to those with specific diet requirements. Here’s what you’ll find on board…
Eurostar food: Standard class
You’ll find the popular Café Métropole in the middle of the Eurostar trains. Here, standard class passengers can choose from a great sections of sandwiches, snacks, hot and cold drinks and alcoholic beverages from leading café Benugo. There’s something for everyone including vegetarian, gluten-free and healthy alternatives.
Eurostar food: Standard Premier
If you’re travelling on Standard Premier Class, you will be offered a complimentary light meal and drinks at your seat. Passengers travelling to Disneyland® Paris will have their food and drink served in a handy bag so they can eat it en route or take it with them (very handy if you’ve got kids to feed!). In this class, passengers can also request special kids’ meals in advance.
Business Premier Class
Passengers travelling in this class are in for a culinary treat. Food and drink in Business Premier Class is complimentary and the menus have been created by Michelin-starred chef Raymond Blanc. Complimentary drinks are served throughout the journey included Lavazza coffee, soft drinks, beer and champagne.
Business Premier Lounges
Business Premier customers can enjoy something light to eat before boarding at the Business Premier lounges in St Pancras International in London, Gare du Nord in Paris and Brussel-Duid in Brussels. In the lounges you’ll find a selection of food and drinks suited to the time of day plus Eurostar’s Toujours 21 gin. Both beautifully designed lounges boast private cocktail bars where you can order a hand-crafted drink made by Eurostar’s expert mixologists.