17 DECEMBER 2012

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Article from BTNews 17 DECEMBER 2012

East Coast Cheese

Currently, re-nationalised, due to financial problems with the previous franchise holder National Express, East Coast is proving to be an innovative and first class operator out of King’s Cross to Edinburgh and points in-between.  With the problems on the West Coast line the status quo is likely remain for some time.

The cheese, which is served as part of the evening meal menu in First Class on selected train services from London, has been sourced through suppliers across the UK to provide customers with a wide and varied taste of this dairy delight.

The cheese choice, which rotates on a weekly basis to offer First Class passengers fresh and interesting flavours with their evening meal, makes use of the unique flavours developed by different manufacturers throughout the country, whilst supporting British business at the same time.

Those featured in the evening meal menu include:

• Dorset red smoked Cheddar
• Cranbourne cheese
• Shropshire Blue
• Vale of Camelot matured Cheddar
• Dorset White
• Lincolnshire Poacher cheese
• Garstang Blue

The evening meal, available on selected trains from King’s Cross, offers a fine choice of dishes. www.eastcoast.co.uk/on-board-our-trains.

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