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Bord Eau to recreate the $124,000 meal served aboard the Titanic

The Titanic's last dinner to be served at Shangri-La Abu Dhabi

ABU DHABI, April 3, 2016

Bord Eau, a restaurant nestled within the main lobby of Shangri-La Hotel, Qaryat Al Beri, Abu Dhabi, will present a lavish 10-course menu originally served to the first-class passengers aboard the Titanic on April 14, 1912.

This April 14, Abu Dhabi residents are invited to savour this 10-course meal for Dh406++ ($110.5++), with an optional pairing with grapes for Dh496++ ($135++). Bord Eau’s opulent dining room will be transformed into the Titanic’s first-class cabin, with executive chef Mansour Memarian creating a symphony of flavours that will transport diners back to the Edwardian era of haute cuisine. Guests, who are encouraged to dress elegantly, will be entertained by jazz favourites across the decades.

Back in 1912, the Titanic’s first-class passengers paid for the ocean voyage’s privately hosted and opulent feast an equivalent of $124,000 in today’s currency. Unbeknownst to them, they would face tragedy hours after, with only a few survivors to tell the tale of their last glorious meal.

“This year, Bord Eau is set to steer patrons towards an exclusive experience. The last dinner on the Titanic epitomises the finest gastronomic journey worth telling, where guests’ experiences are not limited by their imagination. The savoir faire, sumptuous food and lively entertainment – coupled with a touch of history – are elegantly intertwined to give an unparalleled dining experience,” said Thomas Guss, the hotel’s general manager.

As seats are limited, guests are encouraged to book in advance. Golden Circle members will earn points with each dining experience and may redeem them instantly.

For reservations and enquiries, please contact or call (971 2) 509 8555. - TradeArabia News Service

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