Luxury Dining on the Rails with Belmond

A trip on the Belmond British Pullman allows passengers to relive the golden age of travel, and one of the most popular events aboard the restored 1920s train is the pop-up dinner series. With the British countryside at their window, guests will be served a bespoke seven-course menu as the train travels on a circular route from London Victoria’s station. On 21 June, Skye Gyngell, founder of Spring restaurant at Somerset House will open the 2019 series. Next to cook up a storm on 20 July is Raymond Blanc of the two Michelin star Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons. Following his debut on the train last year, Michel Roux Jr, of the renowned two Michelin-starred restaurants Le Gavroche, will return on 20 September. Merlin Labron-Johnson will take to the rails on 25 October with a menu that combines classic French techniques with modern sensibilities. Once dinner is served, there’s the chance to grab a pic and a chat with the chefs…

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