What they say:
Little Quiet is the latest venture of pop-up restaurant specialists Disappearing Dining Club. The new venue takes the idea of 'off the beaten track' to a completely different level, setting up shop in an abandoned wine cellar that hasn't been used in over a decade. Guests can enjoy 2, 3, or 6 courses of European food, with each dish having had a slight Scandinavian twist added to it. Fitting with the Disappearing Dining Club's other projects, this restaurant will take shape like an intimate supper club and has a hard capacity of just 16 people.
What we say:
Whenever we hear the name Disappearing Dining Club, we automatically get excited. The team have reached the zenith of London's supper club scene and have done so by following a simple formula of serving stunning food to an intimate number of guests in a quirky setting. Little Quiet is no different. Though it's subject to change, the menu currently features delicious dishes like whole plaice meuniere, served with capers and jersey royals, and pigs head rillette, served with pickled rhubarb and pain d’épices. But in truth, it's the shady-chic vibes and the exclusive element of the restaurant that we think will draw in diners from across London. Keep an eye out for the name.