Tampa, FL, April 12, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Gourmets connoisseurs can enjoy the finest dining experience in Tampa Bay on Saturday, April 14th as Savant Fine Dining, Clearwater hosts "The Last Dinner on the Titanic." The ten-course dinner is a replica of the final meal served in the first-class dining room on the fateful night the Titanic went down on April 14, 1912. The first class dinner menu was one of two that survived, according to "Last Dinner on the Titanic: Menus and Recipes from the Great Liner", by Rick Archbold and Dana McCauley. The dinner enjoyed by some of the Titanic's most renowned passengers is based on the nineteenth-century French multi-course meal designed by Auguste Escoffier and will be prepared by Savant Fine Dining Executive Chef David Miller.
This will be fun. Dress up from the period, and enjoy a classic Auguste Escoffier menu. This is an unique opportunity to prepare dishes from the early 1900's. Not to mention recreating a menu from the master of French cooking, Auguste Escoffier. These dishes are classically French and rich in flavor. Chef David has made some modern modifications to enhance today's tastes. They are featuring two seatings, Friday, April 13th, and Saturday, April 14th. Make your reservations EARLY, seats are filling up fast!
The list of gourmet entrees and wine pairings for the evening included:
Frigate Bay Prawns
Hickory Smoked Heirloom Tomato Consommé'
Port Poached Salmon with Lobster Mousseline
Grilled Mignon Medallions with sauce Lyonnaise
Roasted Baby Rack of Lamb with sauce Diane
Crisp Romine Salad
Roast Squab with Arugula, Blood Orange, Stilton Salad
Cold Asparagus Vinaigrette
Basseterre Spinach Pastry
Waldorf Bread Pudding with French vanilla Ice-Cream
They plan of provide the similar style of service and wine service for their guests on Friday April 13th, and Saturday April 14thThey have limited the event to 20 guests. This way guests will have a similar experience of the first class guest of being pampered be the Titanic service staff.
To commemorate the anniversary of the last night on the Titanic, guests are encouraged to dress in period costume or black tie. The evening's music will also reflect memories of the Titanic. The cost is $125.00 per person, plus tax and service including wines, plus tax and gratuity. For reservations, call Savant Fine Dining at 727.421.9975