Recipes from The Titanic Menu were expertly recreated by Conor from Rayanne House recently on the NITB Signature Cookery Theatre in the NI Good Food Pavilion at Balmoral Show. Click here to view the recipes:
It is a recreation of the last menu served in the first class restaurant on board the Iconic Ship. The Titanic was the most famous ship ever and was proudly designed and built in Belfast between 1909 and 1912. Conor has meticulously re-created the menu and it is as sumptuous as you’d expect, with nine lavish courses boasting everything from champagne-laced asparagus and watercress salad to filet mignon topped with foie gras and truffle.
Dating back to 1886, Rayanne House is the perfect setting for such a unique dining experience. Not only does the grand residence’s decor reflect that of the ship’s opulence, but a recently unearthed print by esteemed artist JW Carey clearly shows the Titanic sailing down Belfast Lough with Rayanne House in the background. The Smith Family watched The Titanic from the dining room as she sailed down the Lough on her maiden voyage on April 10th 1912.
The Titanic Menu is available for private parties and due to popular demand… for couples and small groups on various Dates. For more information click here