voyagerdude220 said:I'm not complaining about the contents of the snack box's, it's just that they're far too little (especially in comparison with VWC), when your travelling on a long-distance journey, because of the 1 snack -box limit. I do rather like the snack box's.
I know that 220/221s don't have proper catering facilities (e.g kitchen), which the Pendos do have, but If you have a look at what Hull Trains offers on 222s, I don't know what the problem with providing a better service on 220/221s is..
I was given three snackboxes on my journey, and 'stocked up' with snacks by the first class host
Also, the the kitchen on board 222s is far better equipped and spacious than that of 221s. The 221 kitchen reminded me very much of the facilities on an aeroplane.