Ever wondered what it would be like to dine within the comforts of the ultimate first-class experience? For one night only, Restaurant Petrus at the Shangri-La Hong Kong will be recreating the last dinner first-class passengers aboard the Titanic had, exactly 106 years ago when it began to sink on April 14, 1912 at 11.30pm.
The 10-course dinner is a not-to-be-missed experience for those who are gripped by the ocean liner’s romantic, and ultimately tragic, history. Its first-class ticket experience was known for its opulence, so it comes as no surprise that a dinner paired with wines from the early 20th century comes with a hefty five-figure price tag (don’t forget the 10 per cent service charge!).
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Actual dishes will be given a slight modern interpretation, but dishes will remain as true to the original as possible. Prepare to be transported back in time, with dishes like filet mignon lili, sauté of chicken Lyonnaise, lamb with mint sauce, and Waldorf pudding.
Find it here: 56/F, Island Shangri-La Hong Kong, Admiralty. April 14. HK$2,388 per person; HK$25,888 per person with wine pairing