The gorgeous N5 studio is being converted into a haven for Greek fare this January, as chef and award-wining writer Maria Elia joins forces with photographer Georgia Glynn Smith for an unmissable supper club. Bring your own booze and settle in for a food exploration of our country's finest produce.
Quirky Supper Clubs in London
Supper clubs are one of life's most unexpected pleasures: delicious food, great wine, and even cracking company. But sometimes you need somewhere a bit different, like quirky supper clubs in London. Well, you're in luck, because the city is full of them, ranging from immersive murder mystery dinners to extravagant feasts and supper clubs in launderettes. So get stuck in and have a very different eating experience.
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Looking for a unique way to explore Thai cuisine this February? Head on over to Beckham's own Ugly Supper Club where the food may not be much to look at, but damn does it deliver on flavour. It's sure to be a fun and buzzing supper club experience.
The Little Blue Door have been churning out dinner party after dinner party, and we can see why. In a quirky flat setting with games, cocktails and more, they're not only promising casual vibes and party antics, the food is something not to be missed either.
The ultimate supper club with a difference, this immersive dining experience takes place aboard a train departing from 'Pedley Street Station.' Destination? The French town of 'Murder'. During the journey, you'll be treated to a sumptuous dinner and some heart-stopping entertainment that will force you to take a second look at your fellow passengers.
Not your usual supper club spot, Megan's is bringing you a whole series of events from Kensington to Balham. Think drag queen dinners, quirky life drawing classes and bottomless bingo filled with boy toys, live performances and much more.
You'll need to venture down an East London back alley and then underground for this quirky London supper club. You'll then start the night off at the vaults with BYOB drinks, meeting other people, before feasting on four delicious courses of Mexican food in a dining room covered in oddities and collectibles.
This dating supper club is part of a series of dating events at Kindred, with this one focused on women attracted to other self-identifying women aged 35+. Expect a fun and flirty evening with delicious food and brilliant company this February.
Spend your evening within an immersive fairytale woodland surrounded by fabulous decor and dreamlike creature as part of The People's Tavern's festive celebrations. Need a refuel? They've also got a tonne of delicious craft beers and delicious nosh.
There are a variety of quirky supper clubs in London but none get you as close to the chef – and thus, the personality – as these. Join Hix and its chef patron Mark Hix for supper clubs ranging from Q&As and stories from celebrity chefs, to feasting on courses prepared at Mark Hix's very own kitchen table.
An experimental psychologist and chef have joined forces to bring you one of London's most unique dining experiences. Grab a place at the chef's table for an evening of 10 courses, all of which will take you on a journey.
With dishes such as cashew nut feta and beetroot croquettes served with green pea hummus, and miso glazed cauliflower, Roots Kitchen is back in Brother Marcus's kitchen - this is one supper club, you won't want to miss out on.
Not your usual dining experience, Mrs Hollingsworth is joining forces with Paradise by Way of Kensal Rise for a multi-course supper club this January. Join the author of Vegan Treats for a plant-based dinner complete with chocolate and more.
Looking for a singles event that cuts the crap on the awkward small talk? Head to one of GOOCE's excellent supper clubs where they're turning your favourite dining rooms into your mate's dinner party for a night of meeting, mingling and chowing down on some delicious plates.
Looking for quirky places to eat in London? Rapsa should definitely be on your radar. Cooking up everything from cured fish to veggie Pinoy dishes, the Hoxton restaurant is the perfect place for an offbeat Sunday lunch.