In addition to the regular Dining Saloon, the Company maintains, under its own management, an a Ia carte Restaurant on the Promenade Deck, where meals may be obtained at any hour at fixed charges.
RESTAURANT. If passage is taken entirely without meals in the regular Dining Saloon, an allowance of £6 l0s. 0d or $25 per adult will be made from the Ocean Rate for transportation including meals.
Provided the Restaurant is not fully booked, passengers may, on notifying the Purser within 24 hours after sailing, arrange to take their meals exclusively in the Restaurant, and avail of the rebate.
Should passengers who have booked for meals in the Restaurant be invited by friends to join them in the Dining Saloon, this can be arranged at fixed charges.
Passengers who have booked for the regular Dining Saloon may also take occasional meals in the Restaurant on payment, if accommodation is available.
The Dining room covers almost a quzrter of an acre and the ceiling reaches 31 feet.
PALM COURT. Adjoining the Restaurant is the Palm Court where light refreshments may be obtained as per tariff. The Palm Court is also under the Company's management.
All eating establishments were situated on the Promenade Deck:-
Reading/Writing Room (Forward)
Lounge (fitted with dance floor)(ceiling 28 feet high) --- Palm Court --- Restaurant (Amidships)
Card Room (Aft)
Two postcard views differ in that the left one says
the right says "1st Class Dining Room"