If you are a Standard Premier passenger, you'll get a meal and drinks served to you at your seat. The bar-buffet sells a range of drinks and snacks if you’re feeling peckish between meals.
Those travelling standard class can buy snacks and more substantial meals from one of the two buffet cars. They also serve hot and cold, alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.
The bar-buffets close at midnight and re-opens at 5am.
In Standard Premier on the day train you’ll be served a meal and drinks at your seat. Drinks and snacks are on sale in the buffet cars if further fuel is necessary.
Standard class passengers can bring along their own refreshments or choose from a range of meals, snacks and drinks in the bar-buffets.
While Eurostar is happy with high spirits, it has set a limit on how much alcohol you can take on board.
- Up to 4 cans or bottles of beer or
- One bottle of wine or
- One 50cl bottle of spirits
They may confiscate or destroy anything you take above this limit.
While some might see this as party-poopery, it does mean that the less hell-raising members of the winter sports fraternity can also enjoy the journey. And you don’t hit the slopes with a thumping hangover.
All meals on board are vegetarian and child-friendly. If you have a particular dietary requirement Eurostar offer these additonal options:
- Gluten Free
- Low fat
- Low salt
- Lactose free
Special meal requests must be indicated at time of booking or within 48 hours of booking.