Cream of Barley
Poached Salmon with Mousseline Sauce, Cucumbers
Filet Mignons Lili
Sauté of Chicken, Lyonnaise
Vegetable Marrow Farci
Lamb, Mint Sauce
Roast Duckling, Apple Sauce
Sirloin of Beef, Chateau Potatoes
Parmentier & Boiled New Potatoes
Roast Squab & Cress
Cold Asparagus Vinaigrette
Pate de Foie Gras
Peaches in Chartreuse Jelly
Chocolate & Vanilla Eclairs
French Ice Cream
This dinner is best served in a marquee as a dressed buffet and
carvery with waiter service. (Sometimes guests like to be the waiters,
in costume of course, but that is up to you ! we cannot garantee
the service in those circumstances. The food however,will stand
up to it.) Although self service would hardly be encountered on
The Titanic at this level, I feel it is kinder to let people help
themselves to the larger courses. It makes nice interaction and
not everyone can eat so much in one meal.
You can plan intriguing plots for table interaction and everyone
should be prepared to go along with the theme, not to act out of
character. Some homework needs to be done by each guest on their
given part and on the topical subjects of the day.
This is a long evening and should not start later
You provide your own wines, champagnes etc unless
you wish us to do so.
This is an elegant meal designed to please the elite
of society of the day.In 1912 a first class ticket on the Titanic's
Maiden Voyage was $4,350 an absolute fortune.
Trying to re-create this meal on a budget is therefore rather futile
and I would not recommend it as a fundraiser unless your participants
are willing to part with around £100 per ticket and make some
substantial donations at the table.
Your invitations can be in the form of tickets such
as the one illustrated here!