The ordinary reader, coming across a certain kind of thin line, lightly dismisses it as a misprint or a restaurant car on Fridays.
It was early in the morning when the two met again in the restaurant car.
They took breakfast at the table near to mine in the restaurant car, and I could scarcely help overhearing what they were saying.
This was the "dinner from a restaurant car" that Dr Schmidt had told me about!
"Farther away from the restaurant car," added her companion, and she thanked him with a glance for his shrewdness.
When the train ran into Bologna Station, they were still in the restaurant car.
When he had done he went into the restaurant car and dined almost gaily.
Alongside it ran the brown panels and gold lettering of a German restaurant car.
A waiter entered the compartment, announcing in unexpected English that dinner was served in the restaurant car.
And at six in the evening I was receiving the last of my many instructions through a window of the restaurant car.