London boasts some of the most magnificent supper clubs. It is home to Italian, Punjabi, and a plethora of other outstanding themes setting themselves apart in terms of culinary endeavors. Here we’ve compiled a list of 11 of the very best for you to try out.
Traditional Filipino meals are meant for sharing between large groups, and typically too much food is made and no one goes hungry. The Adobros bring these tastes and experiences to their supper club evenings. Expect delicious, hearty meals based on the recipes the teams grew up with. There are many new dates coming soon and if you’re looking for tickets then make sure you’ve signed up to the newsletter to ensure you’re among the first to know about the next batch of supper clubs!
New Cross, London
Disappearing Dining Club brings people together to enjoy great food and drink in private and unusual spaces in London. They focus on quality, seasonal ingredients, classic cooking and tasty food. Drinks are carefully chosen to match the seasonal menus, and the staff are friendly so the dinners and parties are very relaxed; it’s about having a good time in under-the-radar, in-the-know, hard-to-find places and spaces.They have opened and closed temporary restaurants and dining rooms in Old Street, Bethnal Green, Brick Lane, Bermondsey, and now have their first properly permanent location, Little Quiet, near Barbican.
The Italian Supper Club encapsulates everything people love most about Italy and London: great fresh, local and seasonal food, cooked to perfection by talented chefs and paired with delicious wine produced by small, family-run vineyards. The team of the Italian Supper Club fuses these elements, throws in some candlelight and a very warm welcome, and the result is a simply superb supper. The Italian Supper Club was founded in 2011 and they felt there was something missing with London and that was the special Italian tradition of long, meandering mealtimes, sipping wine late into the evening and debating the best type of pasta to eat with ragù. That’s how the Italian Supper Club was born.
+44 (0)7985 711970
In November 2017, Joginder’s Supper Club celebrated their eighth birthday with a full table of guests, some of whom were familiar faces and some new faces, which goes to show both customers new and old are enjoying the homemade Punjabi food. Over the years they cultivated the reputation as Tufnell Park’s alternative dining venue with many locals returning time after time. As many hosts do, they hate disappointing people with fully booked dates so, this year, they are going to get some more dates in throughout the year for the odd Friday night supper or Sunday lunch as well as the usual Saturday night supper. By keeping the table smalls they keep the intimate, relaxed and social evening that they have become so well known for.
Tufnell Park, North London
Out to showcase plant-based cooking and tantalise your tastebuds, Jump To The Beet serves up three delicious plant-based courses with a welcome cocktail and nibbles. Their supper clubs are social events so solo and group diners both very welcome as dinner will be served on communal tables and hosted at Chef Catherine’s Brixton apartment. Catherine first emerged on the London food scene in 2014 with the Mexican Supper Club Dos Corazones. More recently she wanted to shine the spotlight firmly on plant-based cooking so Jump To The Beet was started to demonstrate its versatility and deliciousness. These supper clubs are fun, social dining events in friendly surroundings.
One of Grub Club’s top-rated chefs, Rosie, holds A Little Lusciousness pop-up restaurants and supper clubs at venues across Central and West London. They are always fun-filled evenings with a feast of food and have been named as a pop-up to try by Sheerluxe magazine. So come along, try out her recipes before they go in the cookbook she’s writing, and meet some lovely new people! A Little Lusciousness pop-ups are fun, friendly, casual evenings. Think perfect pub food, served in beautiful venues, surrounded by people who love and appreciate good food as much as you do.
Ffiona’s, 51 Kensington Church Street, Kensington, London W8 4BA, UK; 020 7937 4152
KinoVino creates unique dining experiences that interlace food with culture. They offer unforgettable cinema-supper club gatherings and original food pop-ups so whenever you encounter KinoVino, you know the events will always be surprising, enriching and utterly delightful. Journey with them into the world where food, film and story-telling merge, to discover new cinema cultures and eating rituals, intoxicating scents and flavours and meet like-minded travellers to share these experiences with. Explore the schedule for monthly KinoVino cinema-supper club.
#MKSupperClub is a regular opportunity for Marlon, a Colombian chef in London, to experiment and create fresh catering menus. There’s always an element of surprise as to when the next #MKSupperClub might take place, so sign up to their newsletter and you won’t miss a thing! You can also get in touch with them for a personal invite to a monthly affair hosted in their own homes in Fulham or buy tickets to other pop-up events around London. All food at #MKSupperClub is gluten-free, too, so that’s a huge plus.
Om Nom Nom Supper Club is a duo of a trained chef and an equally excellent home cook. Both ladies love hosting, seeing people enjoy themselves and good food so after having had countless dinner parties, and every social gathering revolve around large amounts of food and drink, they started their very own supper club. They have a lovely flat in East London with a balcony that, if the weather is decent, diners get to enjoy. There is always so much food that the guests certainly don’t leave hungry, and the food is professionally presented with lots of flavours. They amaze guests by cooking up enough for 28 guests each time and deliver it seamlessly.
East London, London
The YESMUM Moon Club is a relaxed evening of good chat, good food and good company. The supper club is a women’s only night run under each beautiful full moon at a time when a woman often experiences heightened emotions and a shift in the way she experiences the world around her, so this is an evening to celebrate and nurture as mothers and as women. In myth, the moon is a primary female archetype traveling the great round of Birth, Maturation, Death and Rebirth each month. This is a primal fundamental cycle of the universe in which every single living thing participates. Whilst it can often make women feel more conflicted and emotional than usual, there is much grace, flow and harmony to be achieved through living in a cyclic manner when you become in tune with it, and that is what YESMUM Moon Clubs are there to help out with.
Space at 61, 61 Cheltenham Road, London SE15 3AF
Head back to the 90s with this quirky supper club featuring music, bottomless cocktails and unlimited dim sum. This is a new supper club concept called Trapped in the 90s that has hit Clapham and will be running every Saturday evening, hosting good vibes of the decade and all the big 90s hits and artist you love. Think Steps, S Club 7, Backstreet Boys, R Kelly, Britney Spears, Oasis, Destiny’s Child and all those club classic hits. How well do you know the 90s? Put your knowledge to the test with a quiz dishing out prizes throughout the night including T-shirts, drinks, CDs, retro sunglasses and gadgets. Re-live the 90s and bring old memories to life. It’s impossible not to get in the mood and have fun.