Hullett House Presents: Titanic 100th Anniversary Dinner


Poached salmon in mousseline sauce

With the 100th Anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic fast approaching, the luxury world is abuzz with all sorts of tributes. For those who lacks the sea leg to go on a memorial cruise or desire a more luxurious experience than Titanic 3D, Hullett House presents "Dinner on RMS Titanic", a series of lavish 10-course dinners running in April and May.

The catch? The sumptuous dinner is recreated from the meal served in the ship’s First Class Dining saloon exactly a hundred years ago. Available to parties of eight or more, the menu is conjured by Michelin-star chef Philippe Orrico of Hullett House and offers a contemporary take on the original ingredients used aboard the legendary cruise liner. Expect lip-smacking oysters from France, drool-worthy poached salmon doused in mousseline sauce, and roasted squab served with cress salad. Top it off with a sinfully decadent Waldorf pudding.

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Waldorf pudding with French ice cream

Those who managed to clinch the few spots for the first feast on April 14, the champagne du jour would be the Heidsieck Monopole Gout American vintage 1907, salvaged from the sea in 1998 and painstakingly sourced by Hullett House.

All this is served amid the posh, colonial-styled setting of the JP Hennessy Room in St. George restaurant. Not to be overlooked are the fine bone china plates, courtesy of William Brownfield & Sons and used by Titanic’s first – and only – patrons.

Should you find 10-course extravaganza a tad too rich for your taste, opt for the Titanic a la carte menu. Served in The Parlour, traditional delights include baked haddock with sharp sauce, lamb with mint sauce and plum pudding with sweet sauce. 

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JP Hennessy Room

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