Best Supper Clubs in London
Instead of paying astronomical prices for gastronomical goodies at fancy restaurants, why not show up to one the capital's many supper clubs? With regular nights on each month, experience unique and different evenings in intimate settings with people united through a universal love of food. So why not have a little look at the supper clubs we've recommended in London and chock yourself something silly with the finest in independent fare.
Last updated on 24th April 2017
After achieving critical acclaim in South London, Scripts For Supper return to East London, taking over Eastbound and offering its guests a theatrical dinner that they'll never forget. Guests will first enjoy a great cocktail and some delicious canapes on arrival. After that, the cast take over, performing a rendition of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night play as guests tuck into a delicious 5 course dinner.
Celebrating everything positive about West African culture, Faaji Sundays is coming for your Drunch time fun. Guests will be treated to a four-course menu of West African food before experiencing a live band playing the best in old and new African music, perfect for anyone wanting to expand their cultural boundaries.
Learn something new in this unique London supper club as Sunday Brunch wine expert Raul Fiaz and Roux Executive Chef Toby Stuart guide you through the process of pairing wines with food. You’ll be treated to a delicious five course paired with wines, and then get the opportunity to ask any questions that come to mind in this fun and informal event.
Having met on Kirstie’s Handmade Christmas 2016, four chefs with very different skills were inspired to come together to create this delicious supperclub. Taking you around the world with eight-course, the event is taking place in Bethnal Green's The Pill Box Kitchen and feature food from three different continents.
Pollen + Grace are bringing their supper club to Sourced Market with an evening of vegan food. The night will be a mixture of delicious meat, dairy and gluten free affair that will leave you feel energised and healthy.
Friday nights are always all about excess, and two men who are making sure your excess is as delicious as possible, are Billy and Jack. The MasterChef participants are heading to Battersea, for a supper club of comfort homely food; expect ice cream, pies and steak.
MATR is the perfect London supper club for those that love delicious, hearty food and fantastic company. The food is ethically and locally sourced, offering up rustic flavours across seven courses by utilising old Viking cooking techniques. There’s also the option to have the food paired by an expert sommelier, or with winter juices.
Taste the delights of new flavour infusions like nothing you have eaten before. With regular pop up events involving exciting concepts such as edible playgrounds, botanical bars and Mad Hatter brunches, enjoy dishes with a difference and find your food in new formats.
This is a supper club for people who love the finer things in life. The Covent Garden Hotel is opening the doors to its Fortune Room for a spectacular three course dinner, with each of the dishes paired expertly with wine. Hailing from the Burgundy Region in France, the wines from Domaine Fernand & Laurent Pillot display an exceptional opportunity for an all-round delicious meal.
If you’ve ever wanted to cook like a professional chef, this supper club is for you. The Culinary Theatre Experience will start with guests being introduced to the food by Pillar Restaurant’s professional chefs, before tucking into a scrumptious four course meal. While eating, guests will be able to watch a live stream into the kitchen, where the chefs will talk through the flavours and how to create each dish.
Some of London's most reputable names are taking over the kitchen at Brother Marcus in Balham as the quaint venue hosts a series of supper clubs. Things kick off with Northern Fellowship and their posh Yorkshire puds before moving on to Chicory Kitchen and their delicious Persian food.
Probably the most exclusive supper club you’ve been to yet, The Tuna Underground is a must for any sushi lovers. New York Chef Ryan Smith will butcher a 100lb Big Eye tuna and serve it to the crowd over the course of the evening in a range of modern and traditional styles. This is such a big hit in New York City that it sold out in under 24 hours!
The British National Space Laboratory are asking for courageous diners hoping to explore the culinary heights of space. Professor June Cavendish will guide you through an evening of rigorous scientific testing, a five-course international menu, and cocktails to see who is fit enough to make it to Mars.
Ever wondered what it would be like dining on a tube carriage? Well wonder no more, as Le Cordon Bleu-trained chef Alex Cooper fronts this quirky London supper club experience, hosted from a decommissioned Victoria Line tube carriage. The pop-up is located in East London and promises four delicious courses and four complementary whiskies, all served on-board. Just mind the doors.
Eat a delicious five course meal and help a wonderful cause? You don’t often get opportunities like this! Key4Life help tackle the root causes of young people re-offending, and so are hosting a night where five young ex-offenders and five professional chefs team up to create one wonderful meal. All ticket sales will go to the charity.
This unique supper club in London totes the best in authentic Italian fare, where braised meats, shellfish, and homemade breads and pastas rule the roost. Part of the Bacchanalian supper club series, the feast is hosted from the down-right-beautiful Dead Dolls House in Islington.
Laughing in the face of an ordinary food tasting events, the team behind Brixton's London Beer Lab are hosting a supper club this May that's certain to leave a lasting impression on you. Featuring 6 different courses - with both vegan and vegetarian options available on requests - guests will be forced to approach tasting new food from a completely different angle. Expect punchy flavours and a few thrilling surprises.