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Do VIA Rail Canada and Amtrak also do food?
Amfood tends to sandwiches and microwave pizza on short distance trains,
standard US stuff like steak, chicken, and pasta on long distance trains.
Most long distance trains still have seated diners with waiter service.
The first class section of the Acela express in the northeast has some
culinary pretentions, but keep in mind that they think Stella is a premium
In Canada, the medium distance trains have sandwiches and tray meals,
with an emphasis on Canadian ingredients, e.g. Montreal bagels and
Niagara wine. The sleepers on the transcontinental Canadian are as
good as it gets: