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Date: 04/07/24 04:25
Dining on Transport for Wales
Author: 86235

These are the menus on TfW's premier services between Holyhead / Manchester and Cardiff / Swansea. A more limited buffet car service, with some meal options, is provided at weekends. There are two lunch & dinner menus, they alternate week on week.



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 04/07/24 10:10 by 86235.








Date: 04/07/24 12:51
Re: Dining on Transport for Wales
Author: railstiesballast

It is fun to see some passenger operators actually trying to have good customer service.
(This is a hint of what I think of current Amtrak USA.)



Date: 04/07/24 13:03
Re: Dining on Transport for Wales
Author: jcaestecker

Looks delectable and my mouth is watering.  Please describe to us yanks what Courgette and Balti are. 

Thanks for posting,

-John



Date: 04/07/24 13:07
Re: Dining on Transport for Wales
Author: 86235

jcaestecker Wrote:
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> Looks delectable and my mouth is watering. 
> Please describe to us yanks what Courgette and
> Balti are. 
>
> Thanks for posting,
>
> -John

A Balti is an Anglo/Indian dish which originated in Birmingham

Our courgette is your zucchini



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Date: 04/07/24 17:19
Re: Dining on Transport for Wales
Author: dwatry

Wow!  Beats the Amtrak menu hands-down!



Date: 04/07/24 17:28
Re: Dining on Transport for Wales
Author: ts1457

Maybe its a cultural thing, but finding a description for black pudding, I doubt that I could even try tasting the stuff.

Anyone here crave that item?

Other than that, the menu looks pretty damn good.



Date: 04/08/24 09:22
Re: Dining on Transport for Wales
Author: PHall

ts1457 Wrote:
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> Maybe its a cultural thing, but finding a
> description for black pudding, I doubt that I
> could even try tasting the stuff.
>

If you knew what is in your breakfast sausage you probably wouldn't eat that too.
Sometimes ignorance is bliss.



Date: 04/08/24 09:42
Re: Dining on Transport for Wales
Author: ts1457

PHall Wrote:
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> If you knew what is in your breakfast sausage you
> probably wouldn't eat that too.
> Sometimes ignorance is bliss.

Point taken.

I've have reduced the amount of my sausage consumption, as well as my consumption of chicken nuggets, another questionable food.



Date: 04/08/24 09:49
Re: Dining on Transport for Wales
Author: jgilmore

ts1457 Wrote:
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as well as my consumption of chicken
> nuggets, another questionable food.

Awww, parts is parts, and sooo tasty too. At least you can eat more than half of a 20 piece nowadays instead of chucking half of it after biting into 'em...

JG



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