SEVERN Valley Railway fans will once again be able to dine on board the trains for the first time in over two years.
From August 3, diners will be served a starter and main course as they travel the 16-mile route from Kidderminster to Bridgnorth.
There’s a short stop at the SVR’s northernmost heritage station, with time to explore the gift shop or visit the Railroad’s Arms. Then, you’ll return to the luxurious 1930s dining car for desserts and coffee on the return trip.
Lucy Kelly, SVR’s Executive Chef, said: “I focused the three-course menu very much on local and regional produce.”
“Each dish is full of exciting and complementary flavors, as well as being a feast for the eyes when brought to your table.
Michael Dunn, Commercial and Visitor Experience Manager, said: “Our catering team has been working extremely hard to make sure things are perfect for the return of our dining experiences on board the train,”
“We wanted to make sure everything was going well and that we were providing our diners with the highest standards of cuisine and service, as well as a luxury heritage experience they will cherish.”
In addition to its lunchtime catering services, the SVR offers snacks on board the train.
For details of all of SVR’s dining offerings and to book tickets, visit www.svr.co.uk.