If you're the sociable type and fancy some delicious homemade cooking - supperclubs are just the thing for you. Here are some of our favourites from across London.
Come and join us for a seasonal feast using the very best of British produce. Join 16 people round the table in my living room for lots of food and fun. After years of homegrown cooking, recipe plotting and testing and tasting, and whilst writing my own series of cookbooks which are inspired by the seasons and our surroundings, I’m now hosting A Little Lusciousness pop ups at our home and other cosy venues in West London. So come along, try out my recipes before they go in my book and meet some lovely new people!View Website
Well, it’s back! And now we’ve grown up a wee bit, and got ourselves a home, it promises to be even more awesome. Each night guests will sit down to five courses of Italian classics, created using all British ingredients. Think Porcini Arancini, Polpette, Raddichio, squashes, hams, and all sorts of other warming wintery joy. A communal pot of Fonduta will bubble away in the centre of the table, waiting to be poured onto each course, dipped in, or drunk straight from the bowl. The menu leans towards gutsy Italian Winter classics, big flavours, generous portions and simple execution. A hot cocktail bar will be in full swing to aid digestion and keep everybody well watered.View Website
Chef’s Michael Dutnall and Jason Howard combine forces at Terrace Grill & Bar at Le Méridien Piccadilly. Although both Chefs have classical French training, each have their own individual style - both Chefs drawing on their heritage to influence their cuisine, Chef Michael, British and Chef Jason, West Indian. Here the Chefs use their knowledge to take British Caribbean cuisine to the next level.View Website
ell this is where ‘Taste Mauritius’ started and what better opportunity to taste delicious, authentic home-cooked Mauritian cuisine than here! Supperclub events are run from home and are a great social alternative to the restaurant dining experience. They are an exciting way to explore different flavours and dishes whilst enjoying conversation with new friends. Here at Taste Mauritius, we open our doors and invite you to join us and share in all of our favourite dishes; we will be cooking up all sorts of treats for you to try! All of our dishes are made using fresh locally sourced ingredients. Please do let us know in advance if you have any dietary requirements or if you are vegetarian.View Website
Whisking you straight to the south of France with inspirational music and food. BYOB. Get ready for another classic Mediterranean feast inspired by my time spent out in St Tropez and working in some fantastic French and Italian kitchens around London. From Francesco Mazzei’s L’Anima to Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester to Jacob Kennedy’s Gelupo, I want to bring together all of my experiences and create an evening of amazing food with music to take you to the south of France. I've moved again, this time I'm at this stunning little cafe called Hally's in Parson's Green.View Website
A pop-up "Supper Club" using local, fresh produce from small suppliers to deliver different themed menus and events in venues across London. Chris Jordan trained at Flying Fish Restaurant in Sydney from a young age under Executive Chef Peter Kuravita. Both have been awarded "Chef Hats" by Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide. A Taste's philosophy is keep it local, use fresh, British produce and to use local suppliers from farmer's markets to deliver different themed events with a quirky set menu.View Website