Sumary of Dining on trains: a different kind of fast food:
- Not a great gastronomic inter-city experience, but it filled the gap.
- ”Unhelpfully for those of us who hadn’t got round to elevenses, he added a video of bacon, eggs, tomato, sausage and mushroom – as well as his companion’s smoked salmon and scrambled eggs.
- Looking at rush-hour departures booked a week ahead from Birmingham to London, a breakfast time Advance single in first class costs £113 for an 84-minute trip – almost exactly twice as much as standard class.
- The first class lunch offering revealed by Mr Smith’s Twitter post comprised smoked salmon gnocchi and “jammy dodger loaf” – served at 125mph along with a glass of red wine.