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Titanic Menu – A Glimpse into Meals Served In Each Class

Written By Monika Soni
Last updated: May 26, 2024

Ahoy, history lovers! Monika, here, your guide on a journey into the past as we uncover the culinary wonders of the Titanic. Ever been curious about the Titanic menu or the meals served on this iconic ship!

We’ll explore the diverse menus of each class, from the lavish feasts of first class to the simpler fare in second and third class. Prepare to be amazed by the culinary secrets of the Titanic!

Titanic First Class Menu

As we journey deeper into the opulent world of the Titanic, it’s time to explore the culinary delights that awaited its first-class passengers. Get ready to discover a menu that is a testament to luxury and extravagance!

Titanic First Class Menu


FruitsBaked Apples, Fresh Fruit, Stewed Prunes
CerealsQuaker Oats, Boiled Hominy, Puffed Rice
FishFresh Herrings, Finnan Haddock, Smoked Salmon
MeatsGrilled Mutton Kidneys & Bacon, Grilled Ham, Grilled Sausage, Sirloin Steak (to Order), Mutton Chops (to Order)
Special DishesLamb Collops, Vegetable Stew
EggsFried Eggs, Shirred Eggs, Poached Eggs, Boiled Eggs
OmelettesPlain Omelette, Tomato Omelette
PotatoesMashed Potatoes, Sauté Potatoes, Jacket Potatoes
Cold DishesCold Meat
Breads and RollsVienna Rolls, Graham Rolls, Soda Scones, Sultana Scones, Corn Bread
PancakesBuckwheat Cakes
Spreads and PreservesBlack Currant Conserve, Narbonne Honey, Oxford Marmalade
Salads and VegetablesWatercress


SoupsConsommé Fermier, Cockie Leekie
FishFillets of Brill, Salmon Mayonnaise, Potted Shrimps, Norwegian Anchovies, Soused Herrings
EggsEgg À l’Argenteuil
From the GrillGrilled Mutton Chops
PotatoesMashed Potatoes, Fried Potatoes, Baked Potatoes
DessertsCustard Pudding, Apples Meringue Pasty
Buffet – FishSalmon Mayonnaise, Potted Shrimps, Norwegian Anchovies, Soused Herrings, Plain & Smoked Sardines
Buffet – MeatsRoast Beef, Round of Spiced Beef, Veal & Ham Pie, Virginia Ham, Cumberland Ham, Bologna Sausage, Brawn, Galantine of Chicken, Corned Ox Tongue
Buffet – SaladsLettuce, Beetroot, Tomatoes
CheeseCheshire, Stilton, Gorgonzola, Edam, Camembert, Roquefort, St. Ivel, Cheddar
BeveragesIced Draught Munich Lager Beer (3d. & 6d. a Tankard)


StartersHors d’Oeuvre Variés, Oysters
SoupsConsommé Olga, Cream of Barley
Main DishesFilet Mignons Lili, Sauté of Chicken Lyonnaise, Lamb with Mint Sauce, Roast Duckling with Apple Sauce, Sirloin of Beef, Roast Squab & Cress
FishSalmon with Mousseline Sauce and Cucumber
Vegetables and SidesVegetable Marrow Farcie, Chateau Potatoes, Green Peas, Creamed Carrots, Boiled Rice, Parmentier & Boiled New Potatoes
SaladsCold Asparagus with Vinaigrette, Celery
SpecialsPâté De Foie Gras
DessertsWaldorf Pudding, Peaches in Chartreuse Jelly, Chocolate & Vanilla Eclairs, French Ice Cream

Titanic Second Class Menu

Now, let’s take a look at what the second-class passengers enjoyed during their journey on the Titanic.

Titanic Second Class Menu


CerealsRolled Oats, Boiled Hominy
FishFresh Fish, Yarmouth Bloaters
Meat DishesGrilled Ox Kidneys & Bacon, Grilled Sausage, Grilled Ham & Fried Eggs, American Dry Hash au Gratin
PotatoesMashed Potatoes, Fried Potatoes
Breads & PastriesVienna & Graham Rolls, Soda Scones
PancakesBuckwheat Cakes, Maple Syrup
SpreadsConserve, Marmalade
BeveragesTea, Coffee


SoupPea Soup
PastaSpaghetti au Gratin
Meat DishesCorned Beef, Roast Mutton, Roast Beef, Sausage, Ox Tongue
VegetablesVegetable Dumplings, Baked Jacket Potatoes, Salad
Side DishesPickles
DessertsTapioca Pudding, Apple Tart, Fresh Fruit
Snacks & CheeseCheese, Biscuits


SoupsConsommé with Tapioca
Fish DishesBaked Haddock, Sharp Sauce
Meat DishesCurried Chicken & Rice, Spring Lamb with Mint Sauce, Roast Turkey with Cranberry Sauce
VegetablesGreen Peas, Purée Turnips, Boiled & Roast Potatoes
StarchesBoiled Rice
DessertsPlum Pudding, Wine Jelly, Cocoanut Sandwich, American Ice Cream, Nuts Assorted
Fruits & CheeseFresh Fruit, Cheese

Titanic Third Class Menu

As we’ve explored the lavish dining experiences of the first and second-class passengers aboard the Titanic, let’s now turn our attention to the meals served in third class. While not as extravagant, the third-class menu offered simple, hearty fare to sustain passengers during their journey. 

Titanic Third Class Menu

Get ready to uncover the meals that fueled the hopes and dreams of those seeking new beginnings in America. Let’s explore the dishes that provided comfort and sustenance on their voyage across the Atlantic.


CerealsOatmeal Porridge & Milk
Fish DishesSmoked Herrings, Jacket Potatoes
Meat & EggsHam & Eggs
Breads & SpreadsFresh Bread & Butter, Marmalade, Swedish Bread
BeveragesTea, Coffee


SoupRice Soup
BreadFresh Bread, Cabin Biscuits
Main CourseRoast Beef with Brown Gravy
VegetablesSweet Corn, Boiled Potatoes
DessertPlum Pudding with Sweet Sauce, Fruit


MeatCold Meat
Dairy & PicklesCheese, Pickles
BreadsFresh Bread & Butter
DessertStewed Figs & Rice

Supper (April 14, 1912)

BreadsCabin Biscuits

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What were popular foods on the Titanic?

In first class, delicacies like oysters, filet mignon, and Waldorf pudding were popular choices. Second-class passengers enjoyed options like roasted chicken, baked fish, and plum pudding. Third-class passengers were served filling meals such as stews, porridge, and biscuits.

How much food was on Titanic?

The Titanic was equipped to feed its large number of passengers and crew for an extended period. It carried vast quantities of fresh produce, meats, dairy, and preserved goods. The sheer amount of food is a testament to the scale of the ship and the logistical challenges of provisioning such a voyage. 

How much is a Titanic menu worth?

Titanic menus, especially those from the first class, are highly sought-after artifacts and can fetch impressive prices at auctions. Their value is tied to their historical significance and rarity, offering a glimpse into the luxurious lifestyle enjoyed by the elite passengers aboard the ill-fated ship.

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Monika Soni is a passionate writer and history enthusiast who joined the FindingDulcinea team in July 2023. With a deep love for both ancient and political history, she brings a unique perspective to her articles, weaving together narratives that captivate and educate her readers. Monika holds a B.Sc. degree from the esteemed Govt. College of Girls, Panchkula. When she's not diving deep into historical research, Monika enjoys exploring local museums and historical sites. Her commitment to bringing history to life makes her a valuable asset to the FindingDulcinea community.

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