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The third class dining room

The 3rd Class Dining Saloons were located on F Deck directly behind (aft) of the Turkish Baths.

It should be noted that food served to passengers on Titanic in third class was simply scaled down versions of second class, passengers in steerage had little to complain about as for many this food was better than they had been used to.

Third class passengers were not served dinner as the other classes, instead would partake of High Tea a custom which still exists today.The quality of the food was not high; rather it was heavy, plain, energy-giving food suited to the working class. Common foods included porridge, potatoes, cold meats. Irish Stew was mentioned frequently on the menu. 

- See more at: http://www.uniquely-northern-ireland.com/titanic-facts-on-titanic-food.html#sthash.4qSbHhV7.dpuf
It should be noted that food served to passengers on Titanic in third class was simply scaled down versions of second class, passengers in steerage had little to complain about as for many this food was better than they had been used to.

Third class passengers were not served dinner as the other classes, instead would partake of High Tea a custom which still exists today.The quality of the food was not high; rather it was heavy, plain, energy-giving food suited to the working class. Common foods included porridge, potatoes, cold meats. Irish Stew was mentioned frequently on the menu. 

- See more at: http://www.uniquely-northern-ireland.com/titanic-facts-on-titanic-food.html#sthash.4qSbHhV7.dpuf
It should be noted that food served to passengers on Titanic in third class was simply scaled down versions of second class, passengers in steerage had little to complain about as for many this food was better than they had been used to.

Third class passengers were not served dinner as the other classes, instead would partake of High Tea a custom which still exists today.The quality of the food was not high; rather it was heavy, plain, energy-giving food suited to the working class. Common foods included porridge, potatoes, cold meats. Irish Stew was mentioned frequently on the menu. 

- See more at: http://www.uniquely-northern-ireland.com/titanic-facts-on-titanic-food.html#sthash.4qSbHhV7.dpuf

 

 

 

 

 

 

Food served to passengers on Titanic in third class was simply scaled down versions of second class food. (without all the fancy trimmings) Passengers in steerage had little to complain about as for many, this food was better than what they were used to.

Before all meals, the ship’s bugler would wander the ship decks, sounding the traditional White Star Line meal call, signaling that Titanic's passengers should make their ways to their respective dining rooms.

Third class passengers were not served dinner as the other classes, instead would partake of High Tea a custom which still exists today. The meals were heavy, plain, energy-giving food suited to the working class. Common foods included ham, eggs, biscuits, porridge, potatoes, cold meats, plumb pudding, and Irish Stew was mentioned frequently on the menu

Source: www.uniquely-northern-ireland.com/titanic-facts-on-titanic-food.html

 

 

 

 

 


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