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 17th August 2018

2 events @ The Jugged Hare with 2 upcoming dates starting on 19 Sep 2018

The Jugged Hare are hosting a series of supper clubs centred around special cuts of meat, treating you to five delicious courses that have been specially paired with wine, as well as talks from experts.

2 events @ Brother Marcus with 3 upcoming dates starting on 18 Aug 2018

From tropical summer feasts, to ethical dining and stunning contemporary cuisine, Brother Marcus are bringing you some of the best supper clubs in London.

12 events @ The Exhibit with 39 upcoming dates starting on 18 Aug 2018

The Exhibit is inviting you round for one of their many delicious supper clubs, where you can feast on a selection of food from guest chefs and their own alike, as well as many themed and spectacular nights for you to enjoy - think everything from drag queens to naked dating. 

2 events @ Sakagura with 11 upcoming dates from 28 Aug 2018 until 27 Nov 2018

One of the most intriguing supper clubs in Central London, head to Heddon Street where Sakagura will be pulling out all the stops with eleven-course tasting events and paired Sakes.

16 events @ 7 venues with 23 upcoming dates from 07 Sep 2018 until 22 Nov 2019

Try a supper club with a difference with Mark Hix, as he hosts everything from chef kitchen tables to teach you how to cook as he feeds you, to talks with famous chefs who will deliver delicious dishes from their own cookbooks.

@ Palatino on Wednesday 26th September and Tuesday 27th November 2018

This amazing London supper club is the brainchild of Palatino chef/patron Stevie Parle and head chef Richard Blackwell. Focusing on the food of Rome and the many cultures that influenced it, it's one of the best dining events in London this year.