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Restaurant restrictions on trains

The new tightened COVID-19 restrictions that entered into force on 12 January have some impact on the operations of restaurant cars.

The restaurant cars are open during train operating times, from 5 a.m. to 6 p.m.

  • A COVID-19 passport is still required when entering a restaurant car, and the passport is checked from all customers over the age of 16.
  • During the restaurant car’s opening hours, 75% of available customer places are in use.
  • The sale of alcohol stops at 5 p.m. on all trains.
  • Products can be picked up from the restaurant car as take away, which means that the whole product selection of the restaurant car is available, excluding alcohol.
  • A COVID-19 passport is required when you pick up products from the restaurant car.
  • Products can also be ordered and delivered to your seat by placing a text message order, which means that there is a reduced selection available. A COVID-19 passport is not required when you order products to be delivered to your seat.
  • Read more about ordering products to be delivered to your seat.
  • On domestic long-distance trains without a restaurant car, a sales trolley serves customers around the clock; however, the sale of alcohol has been suspended for the time being.

On day trains after 6 p.m.

  • Products can be ordered to be delivered to your seat or picked up from the restaurant car during the train’s operating times.

On night trains from 4 a.m. to 5 a.m. and after and 6 p.m.

  • Products can be ordered to be delivered to your seat from a separate cabin menu with a reduced selection. A COVID-19 passport is not required when you order products to be delivered to your seat.
  • Products can be picked up from the restaurant car as take away, which means that the whole product selection of the restaurant car is available, excluding alcohol. A COVID-19 passport is required when you pick up products from the restaurant car.
  • More information about the night train cabin menu

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