With a seven course menu created by Gabriel Waterhouse, formerly of Michelin-starred Galvin La Chapelle and Michelin-starred chef Herber Berger, alongside specially paired wines, this supperclub is one for all the foodies out there.
Best Food Events in London
London has so much to offer for everyone's individual tastes (both in food and style!). From cabaret to afternoon tea, and burlesque to fancy dinner dances, we have selected the most inspiring, absorbing and enchanting events. So why not ditch the take-away pizza and make your meal memorable? Here is our recommended list of the best food events in London.
Get ready to soar through space, dine on exquisite dishes and immerse yourself in another universe. This unique dining experience unfolds over 10 courses, all prepared by renowned chefs, with added projections and sounds for a completely unique experience.
One of the most bizarre food events in London this year, head to The Vaults where the most opulent supper club in the city will be taking you to the most ecstatic highs with this theatrical dinner party experience.
Prepare to be taken on a festive journey, as you arrive at this top secret location where Pedley Street Station awaits. There's welcome drinks, a three-course spread brought to you by Louis a Ellis of MasterChef and immersive entertainment aboard this train.
Dinner and theatre collide at this unique experience. Brought to you by MasterChef semi-finalist Annie McKenzie and Scripts for Supper, prepare to be immersed in the twisted rework of The Strange Cases of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, as you feast upon four courses of delicacies surrounded by Victorian vaudeville.
The King of Ladies Man are offering a majorly good bottomless brunch, with the food supplied from the Breakfast Club and all the tunes supplied from the 70s – and you'll get two hours of bottomless prosecco too.
If you have a thing for sublime Japanese food, then the Chef's Table at Sakagura is right up your street. Feast on 11 delicious courses created by our head chef Delroy Simpson and acciompanied by superb sake pairings chosen by sommelier and general manager Mimi Tokumine.
Join MasterChef alum Steve Kielty as he lays down the ultimate winter feast. From homemade bread and bacon butter to pheasant, cheeses and a few little surprises, it's one of the best food events in South London.
Head to this Shoreditch hotspot for an afternoon of brunchin', munchin' and bottomless boozin', as Faded brings you meaty, vegan and veggie dishes, alongside unlimited Wray & Nephew cocktails. There's even magicians, quizzes and games to keep you entertained.
This isn't any old bottomless brunch: you'll enjoy bottomless bubbles and eat on French delicatessens, but it's a party here, with their DJ playing a great mix of disco, house and hip hop.
If you like your food with a sprinkling of music, head to this Camden hotspot where Motown is taking over. Not only can you listen to a live band perform hits from the likes of Diana Ross and The Jacksons, but there's even drinks, three-course dinners and a show.
Feast your eyes (and your mouth) on a delicious four-course menu created by The Great British Menu winner James Cochran at his latest restaurant 1251. Head to Upper Street, where you'll find four tasty courses, champagne and intimate settings, with only 20 diners per night.
If there's one thing we love about Thanksgiving, it's the food. Luckily for you, this Angel favourite is pudding on an American feast, so you won't have to go across the pond to get your hands on pumpkin and pecan tarts, roast turkey or peanut butter brownies.
Calling all west London foodies: prepare to flood your senses with flavour, as Spirit & Salt returns for a winter version of their much-loved supper club. Think fresh pasta, celeriac schnitzel, chocolate torte and vegetarian dishes for the plant-based lovers out there.
Food events in London do not get sweeter than this. If you are a lover of all things chocolate, then you'll adore a MyChocolate event. Not only does it feature the milky goodness we all treasure, they also combine playful creativity, charm and a commitment to service to create a night you'll never forget.
From the food to the cocktails, this gorgeous supper club never fails to impress. Back with the Hackney Coffee Company, the latest nights of seasonal Sicilian cuisine and moreish tipples from the Strazzanti sisters is taking inspiration from the humble orange to bring you a festive twist on their usual offering.
Head to Neal's Yard to sample the best in Persian cuisine, with six courses of traditional feasting from professional chef Bita Fallah. You'll enjoy fresh, seasonal eating as well as delicious cocktails to wash it all down with.
Celebrating the holiest of matrimony's, The Draft House on Charlotte Street are bringing together big olde burgers and craft beer to give you one hearty, no messin' about boozy brunch. Forget the bottomless prosecco, what you want is a dirty 28-day dry-aged Scottish Aberdeen Angus burger and a round of six craft beers. And that's just what you'll get right here.
She's here, she's fabulous, get used to it. Tina Turner Tea Lady is the one and only host at a whole new brunch craze that is taking Clapham by storm. The Candlemaker invite you down to experience their Steamy Bingo Bottomless Brunch which is set to be one fun food event in London complete with nonsense, mayhem and general debauchery.
Tuck into several courses of deliciousness at Jam Tree Supper Club for a night of Masterchef entrants' menus. Taking over the Southbank Centre over November and December, you can feast on plates that range from gluten free to wine-infused in a social and charming setting.
Perception are giving you the chance to be naughty or nice, with either indulgent or healthy dishes, as well as bottomless bubbles or unlimited fresh smoothies, all to the soundtrack of the best electric beats.
Old Street's table tennis hangout is now doing bottomless brunch, where you'll be able to take in a relaxed Sunday featuring pizza, prosecco and ping-pong. There's no smashed avocado here, instead you'll be feasting on unlimited slices of specialty brunch pizzas - paired with bottomless prosecco of course - and picking up a paddle for a few games in between mouthfuls. It's an alternative brunch that offers loads of fun, and there's music from the DJs at Hoxton Radio!
Focusing on the food of Rome and the melting pot of cultures that forged its cuisine, Stevie Parle's new Clerkenwell restaurant, Palatino, will be hosting a series of wine and cocktail matched supper clubs. One of the best food events in London, this unique dining event features a one-night-only menu designed by Parle himself and head chef Richard Blackwell.
Celebrate the unveiling of chef and founder Nobu Matsuhisa's latest cookbook, as his Shoreditch eatery welcomes you for an evening filled with mouthwatering Asian dishes, live music from some of the hottest DJs and enviable interiors.
Christmas is here and that can mean only one thing: plenty of delicious food and booze. Dram & Smoke are doing away with any tackiness and adding a Highlands twist on proceedings, from four delicious courses through to paired dessert cocktails and even a karaoke room.
This brunch party has DJ Emily Rawson and her iconic female DJ crew on the decks, bottomless cocktails to soak up and delicious dishes from the classic avo toast to dreamy blueberry pancakes smothered in maple syrup and topped with bacon.
This unique supper club is mixing delicious food with acclaimed art as a host of international artist take over Scarlett Green in Soho. Chat to the artists, take part in a drawing class, slurp specially designed cocktails, and enjoy a three-course meal at this epic night.
What better than a roast dinner with lashings of gravy, piles of vegetables and hearty cuts of meat? A roast that is accompanied by live jazz, that's what! The Honor Oak in Forest Hill is jazzing up their Sundays with epic Sunday dinners and a cracking show of live music.
Eat your way through central London, as this unique walking tour takes you on a culinary adventure through Chinatown's best street food hotspots, indulgent restaurants and cocktail bars. You'd better come hungry, because this is going to be a big one.
One of the most unique food events in London, this intimate supper club with have you chowing down on some delicious dishes and enjoying some fun conversations - the only twist is, you'll be doing it in the nude.
Bringing a taste of south London to Fitzrovia, this quirky immersive theatre event not only features a whole host of characters like Rodney and Del Boy, but there's also a mouth-watering three-course meal involved so you can join in the fun and dig into some pub grub at the same time.
Veggies, look away now. This quirky walking tour is all about the meatier things in life, as it takes you on a tour of east London's best chicken spots. Whether you're a fan of buffalo or BBQ, you'll find it all here, washed down with superb small batch drinks.
When it comes to thirsty Thursdays, there's nothing like cracking open a good bottle of wine. Head east where this waterside eatery has invited Ivan Giuliani, owner of Terenzuola, for an evening of wining, dining and all things grape-related.
Little Quiet is hosting Graham's Port for a series of delicious Portuguese inspired evenings. The sultry supper club will be cooking up a six-course storm, accompanied by port cocktails and wines from the Douro valley.
The Exhibit isn't just all cocktails, beers, and cinema screenings. Their kitchen delivers some amazing brunches and themed dinners; expect Drag Queen brunches, all-day disco parties, speed dating with food, and so much more.
From eleven-course tasting menus to cocktail parties with specialist spirits, Sakagura's incredible summer event series will introduce you to a world of tastes and flavours within the surrounds of this gorgeous restaurant.
Bringing you six courses of delicious cuisine using only local produce, this quirky Hackney supper club is a must visit for those looking to sample some of the best ingredients from around East London.
Whoever thought to bring together drinking, pizza en masse and throwing darts at an electronic scoring darts board is an absolute genius and we thank them greatly. Without them, none of this would be possible. SO without further ado we invite you to experience how Flight Club do brunch. HINT: it features all of the above (darts, prosecco and pizza). Food events in London just went next level.
Mix, mingle, and enjoy this supper club, where you will be treated to four courses of delicious Mexican food designed to challenge and intrigue your palette, all hosted within a quirky vault.
Inspired by the spicy, smokey flavours of the South, Hip Hop brunch offers it's guests a chance to try a slice of Texan life at their Saturday brunch. Celebrating all things Hip Hop related and with a urban karaoke session, this isn't your typical Saturday brunch. The compelling menu includes mouth-watering starters, such as lemon and chilli chicken wings, and even better mains, like the buttermilk-spiced fried chicken thighs.
Offering some of the best food events in London, the brunches at Aeronaut are as funny as they are fabulous. Whether you're looking for a side of bonkers bingo with you're eggs benny, or some fairytale film singalongs with your french toast, this great Acton bar has something for everyone.
One of the best food events coming up in North London, The Cheese Bar plays host to this friendly and fun night of sampling their favourite British cheeses alongside a selection of wine and sherry pairings from some stunning small producers.
For a Sunday roast with a difference, Boisdale Canary Wharf's Swinging Jazz Lunch offers one of the best food events in London. Enjoy an 18-hour slow roast rib of beef while you tap your toes along to the very finest in classic jazz.
Not only will you get to feast on three delicious courses of African food and an hour of bottomless cocktails, you can enjoy spectacular afrobeat performers and dancers to really get those brunch grooves going.