If you're tottering about East London in search of a supper club that suits you, you're sure to find it at The Water House Project. Brought to you by Gabriel Waterhouse, this intimate pop-up only has the space for 28 lucky diners.
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With a theme that changes with time, season and taste, Salty Studio's Pick 'n' Mix night brings you a taste of your formative years this spring with four stunning dishes inspired childhood memories.
Bored of modernity and looking for an immersive dining experience in London that can hark back to days gone by. Join the Candlelight Club as you not only immerse yourself in a truly vintage world, there's dining and live entertainment to boot.
You mean to say that you've only been using your mouth to eat this entire time? Then try something different as the The Gastrophysics Chef's Table are here to get you using all of your sense on a totally unique dining experience that will have you questioning food as you know it.
With the guys from Million Pound Menu's KityCow taking over for three months, dining in Mayfair has never looked more promising. Expect a contemporary menu of Nepalese and British fusion within the stunning surroundings of Hush.
Popping up underground, this unique supper club will see you feast on four courses of Mexican food on communal tables, after you make your way through the quirky underground East London vault.
Held at the home of chef Jonas Lorentzen, this unique supper club will be serving seven courses of delicious Nordic cuisine alongside paired wines sourced from small-batch producers.
Taking over Hackney Coffee Co and 119 Lower Clapton, Hackney-born chef Aidan Brooks is pull out all the stops for this gorgoeus six-course tasty menu. The East London native will be creating a bespoke selection of plant-based dishes with ingredients cultivated and foraged in the local area.