On 25 January 2014 celebrated chefs Marcus Wareing and Chantelle Nicholson will take The Gilbert Scott brasserie on an inaugural journey on board the British Pullman in a celebration of all things ‘British’.
The Gilbert Scott, Marcus Wareing’s brasserie and bar at the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, is famed for its very British menu. Using locally sourced and seasonal ingredients, The Gilbert Scott takes inspiration from tradition, whilst delivering fare with a modern twist. Guests can look forward to a seven course menu of dishes created in the kitchens of one of the world’s most famous trains.
Dining on board the British Pullman is one of London’s most exclusive and luxurious dining experiences. With its original 1920s art deco carriages and exceptional personal service by authentic stewards in livery the train evokes the golden age of travel. The Gilbert Scott’s ‘Great British Journey’ costs £495 per person. orient-express.com/uktrains