It’s no surprised that on a 3-night, 4-day Journey, food would be of paramount importance.
While off train excursions comprised most of the days, food was always something to look forward to.
Food on Great Southern Rail is provided for all three meals a day – breakfast lunch and dinner. I won’t touch on any meals taken off of the train – just those eaten on the train itself.
Meals are taken in the Queen Adelaide Restaursnt, a moving restaurant on wheels.
One morning I had a yoghurt parfait.
One night I had a pork dumpling.
Dining is done in booths of 4, so if you’re a couple, you’ll always be paired with another couple. If you’re a single, you’ll be paired with another couple or 4 other singles. It’s a great opportunity to meet other traveler’s and even though it seems like an uncomfortable situation, it will allow you to chat about the journey and differing cultures and customs if you’re from other countries.
On a scale of 1-10, I’d rate the food an 8 – t was surprisingly decent, and of good portion size too. Alcohol is unlimited throughout the journey so feel free to indulge as much as your heart’s content. 🙂
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