On cruises, dinners at sea are usually highlights for passengers. For Titanic passengers, there were three distinct classes.
For First Class passengers, printed menu cards offered the latest in French cuisine. Second Class had selections that would be comparable to regional hotels. As to Third Class, I can imagine it probably was a one dish meal such as a hearty soup and bread.
Titanic Hotel located in Belfast, Ireland has reproduced the decor and ambiance of Titanic. Even for history buffs, I don’t really see much charm in spending a night in the ill fated Titanic meal replica. But the restaurant is filled with diners. Some even dress in period clothes.
Aloha -- Cathi