We were met on the platform and shown to our table which was beautifully prepared and in a comfortable vintage carriage. As this was the end of March and cold, the carriage had been standing with no heat so it was rather cool until the steam locomotive was coupled up. Our pre-ordered Prosecco in a bucket of ice was delivered to the table, and as the train pulled away service of the 5-course meal began. The service was leisurely and the food was just divine, my braised steak simply fell apart with a fork. You have two complete round trips of the line while dining, unfortunately this early in the season it was dark for the second trip. I have rarely had such a good meal in a restaurant, so to have such a high standard on a railway carriage is astounding. I would do this again, but go later in the year when it's warmer and there's more daylight.
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