Here’s What the Titanic Passengers Were Served Before the Ship Sank

The dining menus were divided into first, second and third class passengers. The difference in Old World class, although we have a fair idea, is nevertheless shocking. Here’s the first class luncheon menu – decent stuff here.

The second class menus, despite noticing a major difference in quality, is still filled with food that is acceptable for humans to eat.

And the third class? This menu is filled with empty carbs and something called “gruel” for supper. What the hell is gruel? And how can one survive on cabin biscuits and rice soup?


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