RMS Titanic- the largest ship afloat at the time she entered service is a legend in itself. Tragedy struck the British luxury ship and about 1500 people of 2200 people were killed during their voyage. The 882.5-foot-long ship disappeared beneath the ocean after it collided with an iceberg.
Experts from around the world have tried to explore the sunken ship since a century as many people are still curious to know about several details of the ship. The tragedy was documented with gripping stories. 1997’s Titanic movie, inspired by the events and extensive research was also liked by movie lovers across the world.
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However, did you know what the onboard passengers were served on the luxurious ship?
Recently, the food menu of Titanic surfaced on social media.
Taste of Atlas shared a picture of the food menu and wrote in its post: It has been 111 years since Titanic sank in the North Atlantic on April 15, 1912, while on its maiden voyage. The Titanic was the most luxurious ship afloat, and food onboard was a big part of the liner's appeal.
Further, briefing about the food menu served on Titanic, the post continued: Curried chicken, baked fish, spring lamb, mutton, and roast turkey were common menu items, as was pudding for dessert. The night the Titanic sank, the doomed second-class passengers had plum pudding, also known as Christmas pudding. These were the menus for all three classes.
Along with the picture of the food menu for passengers under different categories, the post also had photos of the dining room of the ship and people enjoying their dinner.
Taste Atlas is an online travel guide for traditional food that collates recipes, food critic reviews, and other things.
Meanwhile, users have expressed their delight after learning more about the century-old tale.
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Notably, the ship's crew and 3rd-class passengers suffered the greatest loss in the tragic incident. While 710 were killed from the third class, around 700 crew members were also killed.