Wherein we learn something of the exceptional cuisine and fine wines awaiting to be savoured aboard The Queen Of Scots.

Every menu rivals the finest restaurants in the world.

The cuisine aboard The Queen of Scots matches the 100 year old standards and traditions of the Train itself. Every menu comprises dishes which rival, in conception and creation, the menus of the finest restaurants in the world.

Fresh provisions are taken on daily, so that Guests are always served from the finest of the nation's produce. Breakfast choices can range from a light continental breakfast to a full Scottish affair complete with porridge or Mallaig Kippers. Luncheon and Dinner menus might include salmon and trout in their many regional guises, venison, a variety of local puddings, and the choice of the world's cheeses.

Fresh produce being taken aboard at Kyle of Lochalsh

Wines are selected to match the quality and uncompromising standards of the food. Each dish is accompanied by wines chosen by our sommelier as the perfect complement.

From the bar service you will find the pick of the world's aperitifs and liqueurs. Scotland, once again, is well represented. If names like Cardhu, The Glenlivet, Glenmorangie and Isle of Jura are familiar to you, here is a chance to renew old acquaintances - if not, allow us to make the introduction.

The knowledge, skill and enthusiasm of the staff ensure that every meal is a model of cordial service. Each passenger is an important Guest with their own tastes and requirements, and staff are available at all times to ensure that those requirements are met.

The interior of the Dining Car