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Orient Express - British Pullman Train

About Orient Express - British Pullman Train

Originally conceived by George Mortimer Pullman as a 'palace on wheels', the Orient Express British Pullman train is the stuff legends are made of. The exquisite 1920s art deco design of each carriage - featuring intricate marquetry, mosaics and crystal chandeliers - is a homage to the golden age of rail and The British Pullman’s Executive Chef Matthew Smith has created a menu which epitomises decadent dining. The train can be hired for private parties and celebrations, and signature dishes from this dining room on wheels include the fillet of sole and crayfish served with seared salmon, squid ink pasta, caviar and champagne sauce; and the ballotine of Kentish guinea fowl filled with a tomato and tarragon mousse wrapped in Parma ham.



Sample lunch menu

Starter

- Leek and potato soup with Welsh rarebit

Main Course

- Noisettes of Welsh salt marsh lamb
served with dauphinoise potato, medley of
vegetables and tomato and chilli jam

Dessert

- Somerset apple tart with clotted cream




Additional Information


Address:

Orient Express Hotels, Trains & Cruises, 20 Upper Ground, SE1 9PF

Nearest tube:


Average Price:

£100 and above

Opening times:

Various

Dress Code:

Smart casual



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