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dining on overnight train / Lisbon to SanSebastian

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We have taken overnight trains before and in the past we have taken our own snacks on board. This May we will travel overnight from Lisbon to San Sebastian and I am thinking about going to the dining car. Am looking for some feedback as to what to expect / hope for as far as menu and prices. I don't expect it to be the culinary highlight of our trip but don't want to pay too high of price for total yuk. I am hoping for a light meal, relaxing and watching the scenery pass by, maybe even the sunset.

We will be in a four person couchette - about what time do they usually transform the cabin from seating to sleeping? Our train leaves Lisbon at 4:30 - maybe we will just stay in our cabin and snack, just trying to get some info to make a plan. Thanks!

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