In honour of the 100th anniversary of the Titanic’s first and last voyage, Hullett House is recreating the lavish ten-course dinner menu served in the ship’s First Class Dining saloon on April 14th 1912, the last dinner to be ever served there. Created by Hullett House’s Michelin star Chef Philippe Orrico, the dinner will be served in the opulent surroundings of the JP Hennessy room in the St George restaurant. The decadence of this lavish dinner will be authentically recreated down to the waiters’ uniforms and table setting. Guests will eat from fine bone china plates originally designed by William Brownfield & Sons and used on board the Titanic. The premier Dinner on RMS Titanic will take place on April 14th, exactly 100 years since it was served on the Titanic and will run throughout April and May. For the first dinner on April 14th, the original Champagne of choice at the time of the Titanic, Heidsieck Monopole Gout Americain vintage 1907, will be served to the fortunate few. Hullett House managed to diligently source this unique Champagne which itself was only salvaged in 1998 after 80 years in perfect conditions from the depths of the ocean. This exclusive menu will include the finest oysters from France, French Chicken and Lyonnaise Vegetables, English Lamb served with traditional mint sauce and Waldorf Pudding. 100 years ago guests paid the equivalent of US$99,000 for the privilege to set sail aboard the Titanic. Luckily today’s RMS Titanic dinner will cost considerably less at HK$3,800 per person, and can be booked for parties of 8 or more.
My heart will go on… if you literally feel like one of the characters in the film after the dinner, you can relive the excitement with Titanic 3D, now playing in cinemas.
100 years on it’s still the hottest ticket in town. It’s time to bring out the black tie and pearls… we’re off to the Titanic!
Dinner on RMS Titanic
St George Restaurant, Hullett House
2A Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui