The Café Parisian was a Parisian-style cafe on the RMS Titanic. It was located on B Deck starboard just off the Aft Grand Staircase, It was promoted as a replica of a Parisian sidewalk café; painted in white and trellises with live English ivy and a long green carpet that ran the length of the room, it was popular among the younger set. Open, like the Restaurant next door, from 8am to 11pm, the Café Parisien was a place where friends could meet for conversation with drinks (coffee or something stronger) and light refreshments.
The Café Parisian was the first of its kind on any British passenger liner. On the RMS Olympic, this spot was part of the First Class Promenade which ran the on both sides of B Deck. It was later installed on the RMS Olympic and privacy screens were added and double doors added making it enclosed. On April 14, the night Titanic struck an iceberg, the menu included oysters, salmon, roast duckling, sirloin of beef, pate de foie gras, peaches in Chartreuse jelly and chocolate and vanilla éclairs.