London is overflowing with unique dining experiences, ranging from the sublime to the ridiculous. So when you’re a foodie seeking an unorthodox outing for the history books, the choice can be overwhelming – but if you have a soft spot for all-things patriotic and can’t say no to an international…
One of London's most unique dining experiences, Supperclub.tube treats guests to a six-course tasting menu inside a decommissioned 1967 London Underground carriage. Surrounded by original interiors, windows and signs, you can expect an exciting Colombian-inspired menu courtesy of head chef Beatriz Maldonado Carreño who has worked in some of Colombia and London's top restaurants.
Enjoy chorizo empanadas, marinated pollock ceviche and braised beef short rib served with a chipotle and merlot sauce as part of this sociable feast. And to wash it down with? There's a wide selection of wine and fizz, starting at just £19 a bottle. There is also a range of vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options available on request.
- Happily Affordable ££
- Ticket required
Supperclub.tube, The Pump House Museum, adjacent to William Marshall Close, E17 8AN
Walthamstow Central (Tube)