The Titanic Menu at Rayanne House
The Titanic Menu is a recreation of the last menu served in the first class restaurant on board the iconic ship. The Titanic was the most famous ship ever and was proudly designed and built in Belfast between 1909 and 1912.
Chef Conor has meticulously recreated the menu that was served to the renowned passengers such as Benjamin Guggenheim and the unsinkable Molly Brown. The menu is as sumptuous as you would expect, with nine lavish courses boasting gourmet delights from the Edwardian Era.
Dating back to 1886, Rayanne House is the perfect setting for such a unique dining experience. The period grand residence's decor reflects that of the ship's opulence and Rayanne House has a treasured print by esteemed artist JW Carey that shows the Titanic in Belfast Lough with Rayanne House in the background.
This unique dining experience is served in the beautiful period dining room, with views of Belfast Lough from where Titanic would have sailed down the Lough on her maiden voyage on April 10th 1912.
The Titanic Menu is available for private parties and due to popular demand... for couples and small groups on various dates.