Aug 21, 2017 - 5:45 AM
in reply to Jsully
EuroCity trains have a restaurant, open from 6.30 a.m. to 9 p.m. InterCity trains often have a restaurant or bistro, or a mobile trolley selling snacks and drinks. If there are any catering facilities on a train, it will be indicated in the timetable.
If there is no information in the timetable about a restaurant, bar or mini-bar on the train, there will be no food or snacks available: this is usually the case with regional and local trains. There are usually a number of food outlets in the bigger railway stations, and often at least one shop or kiosk selling a few pre-prepared sandwiches, rolls or snacks in smaller ones.
They will accept credit cards, but there might be a minimum spend required.