The Waterside restaurant, will be taking its guests back in time to the Edwardian era, embracing the food, music and dress of this luxurious and opulent time.
Titanic dining at national maritime museum cornwall
To coincide with the hugely successful Titanic Honour and Glory exhibition being held at National Maritime Museum Cornwall, the Museum is commemorating the 97th anniversary of the tragedy with a dinner - of Titanic proportions.
The Waterside restaurant, with its stunning views of Falmouth harbour, will be taking its guests back in time to the Edwardian era, embracing the food, music and dress of this luxurious and opulent time.
Serving a gourmet marathon with eight courses of fine dining including mouth-watering delicacies such as poached salmon with mousseline sauce, fillet mignon lilly, punch romaine, roasted squab on wilted cress and peaches in chartreuse jelly to name a few, the nights food sensation recreates the final supper eaten by the first class guests on the fateful voyage.
Accompanied by music from the Melegari String quartet, playing the same music as played on the Titanic, from the upper decks of the first class passengers to the lower decks of the third class, the night might not have the VIP guests of Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio but the Museum is expecting to see some fine gentleman and ladies dressed for a night to remember.
To get on board this unique experience on Wednesday 15 April at 7.30pm please call 01326 214546. Numbers are limited and tickets cost £35.