Looking for something new to do in London? These delicious pop-up events are sure to whet your appetite!
Supper clubs are synonymous with London’s foodie scene, and you’re sure to find a new one popping up somewhere in the city! From an organic communal dinner in Hackney to dinner on a refurbished London Tube carriage, here are the latest London supper clubs everyone is talking about!
1. Dine on an old Victoria Line Tube carriage
Yes, you read right – you can now have dinner on a vintage Tube train! Straight out of the 1960s, this Victoria Line carriage has been fully refurbished but with its original furnishings still on display. Head chef Bea Maldonado hails from Colombia and has created a gastronomic 8-course South American menu featuring her original take on empanadas, ceviche and costillas. Join a communal table with other diners or book a small booth just for you. There are also complimentary welcome cocktails as well as alcohol available for purchase on board. See why TimeOut and The Handbook rated this exclusive Eatwith experience 5 stars and check out our London Community Manager’s personal review!
Book your seat aboard this Tube train dining experience!
2. Live & Let Dine – A Bond-themed immersive dinner
Do you like your martinis shaken, not stirred? This stylish pop-up event is the ultimate feast fit for any assassin! Enter into MI6’s secret bunker hidden tucked away in Waterloo for a James Bond-style immersive theatre show and dinner. Over the course of three hours, you’ll be treated to an interactive performance, a 4-course dinner by Chavdar from PopCo, and lots of twists and turns. Plus on Friday and Saturday nights, you can party until midnight in this underground venue.
Will you live and let dine? Find out more about this James Bond supper club.
3. Alice in Wonderland fine dining dinner
Take a chance and go down the rabbit hole with That Hungry Chef Pratap and his legendary supper club, hosted at his private home in Islington. Eat and drink potions concocted by this Michelin-trained chef, and delights like Mock Turtle Soup, a Mad Hatter’s Tea Party and the Queen of Hearts.
Don’t miss out on this truly unique experience – there are only 14 seats available! Book your spot now.
4. An innovative sustainable tasting menu in Hackney
Previously the Head Chef at the critically acclaimed Vanilla Black restaurant, chef Aidan Brooks now hosts innovative dinners at his home in the heart of Hackney. Passionate about sustainable, local and organic produce, Aidan’s plant-based menus use only ingredients that have been cultivated or foraged in the Hackney borough. More than just a meal, Aidan will accompany and guide you through each of his carefully curated 7 courses. Feel free to ask questions, try new flavors and meet other like-minded people from around the world.
5. Floating dinner on a boathouse
Welcome aboard London’s hottest new venue – a luxury boathouse moored on the Paddington Basin canal. Come below deck for some refreshing cocktails and canapes, followed by an elaborate fine dining menu by the creative minds behind Banquet. The best part? This experience is entirely BYOB!
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