The partnership is to provide diners with the opportunity to sample a five course, silver service meal without the need to board a train. The pop up restaurant will be hidden under the arches at Bristol Temple Meads station on Saturday 10 May at 1930 and on Sunday 11 May at 1300.
“We have some of the finest produce in the world, but the food and farming community took a beating this winter, so this is the perfect opportunity to show that we are definitely ‘open for business’.
“There are few greater pleasures than a great meal on a great train journey, so I applaud First Great Western for keeping the Pullman alive. Likewise they are backing local business from Paddington to Penzance with the food they serve on-board, so let’s back them in return.”
Our Pullman Dining services are the UK’s only on-train fine dining, with a stunning menu devised by Mitch using wonderful west-country produce and with wines from the list of his award-winning Seahorse restaurant in Dartmouth.