Enjoy an exclusive evening at Zoe's Ghana Kitchen supperclub in Zoe's own home.
If, like us, you consider al fresco dining to be the pinnacle of a London summer, then Cub’s series of Secret Garden Supper clubs are an event you won’t want to miss. Scheduled for dates in July and August, the sustainability-focused restaurant is taking their experience outdoors with a series of Sunday supper club events held in community gardens across London.
To find out more, we stopped by their first event last Sunday. The ‘secret’ aspect of the supper clubs
If there ever were a pop-up event we would urge you to book it's the upcoming one-day superclub from Lee Skeet. Skeet, the former Head Chef at Hedone, who trained under Gordon Ramsay, Marcus Wareing and Tom Aikens, is only just returning to the pass after a horrific accident. The chef and his son were nearly killed in a hit and run accident a year ago in Cornwall and it's taken him until now to get fit enough to cook again.
Skeet will be taking over chef Uyen Luu's
Right folks, get your diaries out. There's a new supperclub series in town and you are going to want to know about it. It's curated by food journalist and street food blogger Victoria Stewart and is called Great British Flavours of East London.
There's a cracking line-up organised, kicking off with the super popular food writer Rosie Birkett who will be also launching her new book East London Food. Over eight weeks, the four chefs chosen will create
Coming soon from the team who brought you the crazy all-night Bloodshot supper club: a new event - Blood Sugar - at the Manor in Clapham on Sunday 5 July.
What's the sugar rush?
Two of London's top pastry chefs - the Manor's Kira Ghidoni and Adam Degg from Chiltern Firehouse will be creating a series of one-off desserts and sweet treats, with specially created cocktails by the team at White Lyan: and, say the team - it promises to be
It's been far too long since we went to a London supperclub, so having written about the arrival of Croft Kitchen in Holloway a few weeks ago, we decided to rectify that. There were a few reasons why. First it was incredibly local, which is always a plus point (but that said it's barely a 5 minute walk from Highbury and Islington station - so pretty easy for transport). Secondly, the team involved had all manner of interesting places on their CVs.