London’s supper clubs are dotted all over the city including the chefs’ homes! Supper clubs are a mix of restaurant and dinner parties. Here are 5 of our favourites:
1) The London Supper Club
The name may be simple, but the food is anything but. These three course bistro-style meals, prepared by Balham based chef John, provide plenty of variety and will leave you raving about your meal long after you leave the table.
Typical dishes: roasted pork belly, duck liver parfait, plum frangipane pudding, cardamom truffles.
2) The First Bite Is
Founder Emily Amuke offers a four course meal on a bi-monthly basis. Influenced by the foods of Kenya and Indian, her dishes pack a flavour-full punch – and you’ll even get a goodie bag to take home.
Typical dishes: coconut and sweetcorn fritters, scallops juste tiede, wild baked prawns, raspberry and chocolate soufflé.
3) Flaming Flamingo
The Flaming Flamingo supper club is run by Kali, a classically trained chef who has worked in America, Asia and Europe, and comes out with suitably globally-inspired dishes.
Typical dishes: grilled figs with pecorino and honey, seafood tempura, coriander crushed potatoes, white chocolate and passion fruit tart.
Leluu is the brainchild of Uyen Luu, a food stylist from Hackney. Her supper clubs are held in her own flat, where you’ll be fed around 8 delicious dishes of quintessential Vietnamese food.
Typical dishes: beef pho, lemongrass pork patties, miso aubergine, coconut sorbet.
5) The Disappearing Dining Club
The Disappearing Dinner Club commences with canapés, fills you up with a four course dinner, and then opens the bar for DJ sets and dancing. Held once a month from a range of different locations, this supper club is perfect for those who like an after party.
Typical dishes: white bean and truffle soup, beetroot and vodka cured mackerel, salt caramel tart, popcorn parfait.
We are pleased to announce TableCrowd’s first ever suppler club. Join the table here Pop Up Barbados A Taste Of The Caribbean! Chef Barrie invites you into his own home to take a walk through a one off Caribbean inspired menu. Passionate about food, Barrie has been cooking since the age of 10. He used to spend his pocket money not on sweets but on wholesome, local foods to cook for his family. His emphasis is on fresh, healthy ingredients prepared with love and Bahamian style!
Alternatively if you can’t make this supper club, join the Supper Clubs London Crowd so we can keep you updated with future dinners.