Enjoy beverages, meals and snacks in a relaxed setting – in on-board SBB restaurants and bistros.
In most InterCity trains operated by Swiss Federal Railways (SBB), freshly prepared dishes are served in on-board bistros or restaurants. Popular Swiss specialities include classics such as Zurich-style sliced veal, Alpine macaroni and St. Gallen veal sausage as well as menu combinations varying according to season. The high-quality ingredients are mostly of Swiss origin. A selection of Swiss wines, beers and juices is also on offer.
Delicious dishes along panoramic routes.
In selected panoramic and Belle Epoque coaches guests enjoy a 3-course menu made of local products.
The Glacier Express – premium panoramic train of world renown – links the two fashionable mountain resorts of St. Moritz and Zermatt. It takes the unique train some eight hours to cover a journey across the entire Swiss Alpine world. Exquisite 3-course menus accompany this train experience extraordinaire. Freshly prepared in the on-board kitchen, the courses are served in style at the passengers’ seats. Additionally, the menu card of the Glacier Express includes selected specialities of Cantons Valais and Grisons as well as wine, beer and spirits.
Rhaetian Railway regularly adds a nostalgic dining car from the 1930s to the trains on their famous Albula Line, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Local delicacies form the basis for an exclusive three-course menu served between Chur and St. Moritz in the pleasant ambiance of the “Gourmino”.
In the historic heartland of Switzerland, the Luzern–Interlaken Express serves passengers the popular “Zentralbahn-Plättli” – a delicious cold platter with regional specialities such as the Parmino cheese from Alpnach and dried sausages from Meiringen.