On-train catering menu

You can buy a selection of drinks and snacks on many of our longer distance train services.

Feeling peckish? There’s an at-seat catering service on most of our intercity services between Inverness, Aberdeen, Glasgow and Edinburgh.

There are also drinks and snacks available on some trains on the Kyle, Far North and West Highland lines. After all, there’s nothing better than a bit of shortbread to go along with an epic view.

Check our timetables to see if catering is available on your train:

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Catering may be available for all or part of the journey – and occasionally the service is provided in part of the train only.

Remember: drinking alcohol isn’t allowed on our trains between 9pm and 10am. It’s a measure we’re taking for safe and friendly travel.

We’re committed to doing our bit for the environment, and accepting reusable cups is one way we do this. Our hospitality team will be happy to fill any 12oz KeepCup reusable cup for you.

KeepCups have been tested and can be used with our on-train catering equipment without risk of injury.

A menu packed with Scottish flavours.

Taste the Landscape food and drink on-board menuStoats porridge. Tunnock’s wafers. Mackie's crisps. Irn-Bru, of course.

Our menu features more Scottish produce than ever before. On the trolley you’ll find hot and cold drinks, sandwiches, savoury snacks, cakes, biscuits and sweets.

There’s more too: our Best of Scotland premium range features spirits from Dunnet Bay Distillery, Brewdog beers and many more.

Enjoy food and drink from across Scotland on-board.

Where we source our produce from - map of Scotland showing our Scottish suppliers and importers

First Class ticket holders.

On trains with a catering service, you’ll get a free hot or soft drink and a sweet or savoury snack for the journey. You can also buy refreshments from the trolley service.

Please note this is subject to availability of catering on-board.