My apologies. Mahala Douglas' reference to her meal did not appear in her accout at the inquiry. In "Titanic, Fortune & Fate" by Don Lynch, she is quoted on p.61:
"We dined the last night in the Ritz restaurant. It was the last word in luxury. The tables were gay with pink roses and white daisies, the women in their beautiful shimmering gowns, the men immaculate....The food was superb: caviar, lobster, quail from Egypt, plover's eggs, and hothouse grapes and fresh peaches."
I'm convinced, however, that I have, at some stage, seen this section worked into an account in some form...
You're probably right that the Duff Gordons met up with the Meyers *after* the meal rather than during. Incidentally, do you know where I might pick up a copy of the Titanic chapter of Lucile's biography, "Discretions and Indesretions"? I've been meaning to find a copy.