London Supper Clubs


If you’re over the London restaurant scene, or want to have a more authentic dining experience with your date, trying a supper club is a fantastic idea. You’ll come across unique locations and menus that you can’t get anywhere else, plus the opportunity to drink and dine with a diverse range of people.

Rosie Llewellyn of food blog A Little Lusciousness had been a private function chef for a while before deciding to run supper clubs from her beautiful west London home. Through Grub Club, a website for pop up eateries, Rosie advertises her regular suppers which are usually four course feasts featuring seasonal British produce. Guests are welcomed with a cocktail and anything else they want to drink it’s BYOB. Sometimes they come in friendship pairs or couples on dates, or sometimes guests arrive solo. It’s always a great mix, and the conversation flows around the table.

Other Grub Club featured chefs include The Story Tellers – an Ottolenghi trained chef and a Vogue magazine set designer who have joined together to create wonderfully colourful feasts; Pratap Chahal who trained with Gordon Ramsay and creates suppers based on life in London and his Indian heritage; and Sam Herlihy and James Ramsden who run informal monthly supper clubs from their Pidgin restaurant. These charity fundraisers allow them to give their chefs a night off so they can do the cooking.

If the thought of a dinner party with a difference appeals to you as a great date, other London supper club sites to check include London Pop Ups, Edible Experiences, and Time Out.


Find out more on the Grub Club website


Great Date Guide recommendation by Sarah Moody, London-based blogger at The Prosecco Diaries

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