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Young foodies from with a crush on fine dining, art and underground conspiracies! Bring a bottle and some nice thoughts to share. This is our secret foodie extravaganza!

WHAT DO WE OFFER?
Once you are seated, get ready for a 5 course feast – at least – and there’s always a secret dessert as well!
The food is Mediterranean – of course – inspired by Italian and Spanish cuisine. It range from traditional regional foodie gems – with Rob’s distinctive, creative and unusual twist – to completely new and exciting mouth-watering experiences.

Most of the dishes will be served in a TAPAS STYLE – on big plates dropped in the middle of the table - so people are “forced” to share the food with the others and to talk to each other. You know, nice things often come out from this kind of situations. That’s why Spanish are so cool!

WHAT ARE THE HOUSE-RULES?

- We run a BYO (bring your own bottle) policy which is the more you bring the more you drink, the more you share with your table mates.

- We can cope with allergies and dietary requirements only if told with at least 3 days notice before the event.

- We support a “Tip as you like” spirit at the end of the dinner.

Try to turn up on time! Lateness is not polite to the other guests and the Chef gets really grumpy about it.


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Experiences

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Our guest Chef is getting ready a horrible menu to disgust your tastebuds. Please be ready to be scared and shocked as there will be either blood or bloody mary on your hands.... Read more

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Due to popular demand we are going to make a second tapas dinner!

Complimentary glass of Cava

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Tapear originally means covering with bread or some sort of simple snack a glass of wine or any other drink so to prevent dust and insects to enter the glass but also to ease the effects of alcohol... Read more

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When we met Colleen from Aubert & Mascoli at one of our suppers, we immediately realised a great friendship was about to start. This friendship developed in the organisation of this food/wine... Read more

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We take you and yopur friends in a secret foodie journey of a few hours, we tailor a menu on your guilty culinary pleasures and make roll home happily ever after!

Just drop us an email and we'll... Read more

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If the Roman aristocracy and clergy opulent feasts didn’t survive the proof of time, the Cucina Romana, traditional modern Roman Cuisine mostly developed during the Papal States Era, actually did.... Read more

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FOOD AND WINE MATCHING EVENT on SAT 10/03

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Our food and wine journey with Aubert&Mascoli and the lovely, recently appointed an honorary member of our foodie extravaganza... Read more

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Following the regional Italian cuisine journey, chef will make up a supperclub inspired to the flavours and colours of the Calabria region!

Complimentary glass of prosecco

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The BackDoor team is ready to cook up a storm as celebration time has finally come. On Sunday 22/04 we celebrate the first six months of foodie extravaganzas, crazy wine tastings and lovely discovers... Read more

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A Sicilian cuisine inspired supperclub.

Complimentary glass of Prosecco

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The BackDoor team gives you an original pizza night experience from fritters to secret pizza dessert passing through different ways to eat pizza the Italian way.

Complimentary glass of... Read more

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A "lost Tuscan cuisine" inspired supperclub

Crema di Ribollita con Calamari all’olio alle erbe:
Cavolo Nero, swiss chard, tomato and cannellini bean traditional Tuscan soup served as a soft cream... Read more

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Since we've been literally covered by a flurry of requests for this one and we haven't got enough space to give everybody a seat, the BackDoor Kitchen decided to do a 2nd round of its Sparkling Night... Read more

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A supperclub inspired to some of chef's greatest passions: sparkling wines and seafood!
4 courses, dessert, a professional wine tasting session with four different sparkling wines and FREE extra top... Read more

Supperclub Summit

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Roberto and Fabio started their secret nights with passion and with the hope of spreading the popularity of yet to be discovered regional Italian and Spanish foodie gems. In less than a year chef... Read more

Supperheroes

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The BackDoor kitchen has been feeding a growing number of London friends for almost a year and now joins knives and forks together with the amazing girls behind Flavours of Spain
for a night of food... Read more

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Summer in Rome can be very hot! People sweating, looking for their bit of shade in some corner or under the ancient ruins and arches, pavements boiling and melting to tourists' trainers and the... Read more

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What is it?
A Bacaro is a traditional Venice boozer where a good glass of wine or glorious tap Prosecco are served along with small bites and snacks.

Why is this supperclub different from our usual... Read more

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Chef will be in Rome in a week time. In his hometown, apart from sunbathing and having aperitivos a bit everywhere, he will get back to his childhood food and try new tricks meeting his chef friends... Read more

Sunday Feasts

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Chef Roberto and video journalist Fabio started to run their “secret foodie extravaganza”, as they labelled their supperclub, almost a year ago in a tiny, colourful flat near the vibrant Tower Bridge... Read more

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A nice journey through Italian regional cuisine dush by dish, story by story, laugh after laugh :D

VENICE

Giro d'ombra - Complimentary Prosecco jug to share... Read more

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The BackDoor Kitchen is back in town with one of its most popular nights: a Roman themed event!

- Complimentary Amaretto Sour Cocktail

- Cannolicchi ripassati: Razorclams served along with fresh... Read more

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In Rome Xmas' Eve is a huge thing, maybe even more inmportant than Xmas' day. Family gather up in the evening for a stricly fish and seafood menu only.
Using this "historical" expedient, for the last... Read more

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Before the discovery of tomatoes by the European cuisine, recipes such as Bolognese pasta were completely white! For the first dinner of our new series, which explores the origins of modern Italian... Read more

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One of richest, tastiest and most fullfilling regional Italian cuisines is certainly the one from the Trentino - Alto Adige region. Half region considering itself Italian, the other claiming back its... Read more

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In 1574Master glazier Valerio di Fiandra and his more promising disciples were commissioned some decoration works on the windows of the Duomo, the huge gothic cathedral right at the centre of... Read more

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In 1574Master glazier Valerio di Fiandra and his more promising disciples were commissioned some decoration works on the windows of the Duomo, the huge gothic cathedral right at the centre of... Read more

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As we have a new Pope how can we forget about our beloved hometown Rome?
In April, well past the Easter break, we celebrate one year of our most popular nights: the Roman supperclubs. As true Romans... Read more

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Dreaming of a benevolent weather, we decided to join forces with the guys behind Clapham popular cocktail bar The Jam Tree and kick off the spring with an amazing night of food and drinks.

We will... Read more

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Once or twice a year, chef leaves on a side all our series, sits down and comes up with a unique menu using only top ingredients and its creativity.
This incredible nights are the BackDoor Legendary... Read more

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It passed too much since Chef last cooked Spanish so Fabio convinced (read "forced") him to take his torero costume back from the closet and put him himself into the most daring Tortilla quest.

The... Read more

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A complimentary Aperol Spritz is what you need (or at least what chef brought to Singapore for his first ever -but not last - South East Asian supperclub)

In a crazy moment of indulgent nostalgia... Read more

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Complimentary cocktail

Panzerotti – the cutest deep-fried pizza dough pouches filled with Smoked Scamorza cheese, marjoram, kalamata olive tapenade and Rolled pancetta. Neapolitan street food with a... Read more

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SPONSORED BY "APEROL SPRITZ UK & CAMPARI"

Here we are proud to present our first pop-up series which will hit the vibrant and lunatic Brixton. For 3 Sundays in a row SALON - upstairs at Cannon and... Read more

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A REAL ITALIAN COCKTAIL BAR along with a smoking hot culinary experience!

You sit down, grab your cocktail and leave us serving 3 delicious cicchetti.
Chef will go freestyle - as it happens in all... Read more

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CHAPTER TWO – WHEN IN BRIXTON DO AS ROMANS DO
Friends at the Backdoor here we are for our first pop-up series which will hit the vibrant atmosphere of Brixton, just one level up Cannon and Cannon in... Read more

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SPONSORED BY "APEROL SPRITZ UK & CAMPARI"

Here we are proud to present our first pop-up series which will hit the vibrant and lunatic Brixton. For 3 Sundays in a row SALON - upstairs at Cannon and... Read more

by The Backdoor Kitchen

SPONSORED BY "APEROL SPRITZ UK & CAMPARI"

Here we are proud to present our first pop-up series which will hit the vibrant and lunatic Brixton. For 3 Sundays in a row SALON - upstairs at Cannon and... Read more

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SPONSORED BY "APEROL SPRITZ UK & CAMPARI"

Here we are proud to present our first pop-up series which will hit the vibrant and lunatic Brixton. For 3 Sundays in a row SALON - upstairs at Cannon and... Read more

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Labelling the Italian peninsula as "the continent", Sardinians feels already something different from the traditional Italian regionality.

As a matter of fact, Sardinian is a small country within... Read more

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As chef comes back from his Andalucian escape, he brings over a trolley full
of food delicacies and much more a whole new set of learnings and flavours we
will share with you in our next supperclub. ... Read more

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As the Innovative Baker comes back to London with new flavoursome recipes, Rob
opens the door of the BackDoor Kitchen to a new exciting project.

Italo-Malay is the first of an upcoming series of... Read more

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Last May Ross, the Butler, knocked at the BackDoor and, as many of you who
know the Chef, Rob, couldn't say no to homemade Lemongrass and Cardamon Gin.

Ross gave a Gin Tonic taste to our amazed... Read more

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For English people Tuscany was the first (Italian) love in food, landscapes,
weather, wine and whatever makes this region one of the most beautiful in the
country. And if it's true that you will... Read more

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For a few years, it is now tradition for Chef to spend the night at the
airport on Christmas' Eve so to be at the table with family just in time for
Christmas' Day lunch.

The atmosphere, the food,... Read more

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A lot of first times at stake here ladies and gents!

The first time of an in-house brunch at our HQ.

The first time we cook in Bermondsey at the light of sun :P... Read more

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WEEK 1: Thurs 26, Fri 27, Sat 28 JUNE /

WEEK 2: Thurs 10, Fri 11, Sat 12 JULY /

WEEK 3: Thurs 24, Fri 25, Sat 26 JULY /... Read more

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Every year Chef makes a unique, outstanding menu inspired by creativity,
seasonality and top produce that is served to a limited number of diners to
impress their taste buds and tickle their wildest... Read more

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The regional Italian cuisine series is probably the most popular here at the
Backdoor Kitchen. Highly acclaimed when we moved our first steps into the
supperclub scene, it became one of our trade... Read more

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Between 1833 and 1840, a violent civil war started in Spain between siblings
Isabel and Carlos as King Fernando VII died without leaving any specific will
on who was to succeed him on the throne of... Read more

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Turin, the first capital of Italy, and one of the most influential cultural
centres of the old Europe. City of arts, refined cuisine and mysteries, Turin
has been regarded over the years, amongst the... Read more

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There is one night at the Backdoor Kitchen when all the people who like their
wine sparkling and creamy might just fell like Prosecco Disneyland. Rob will
team up with the "Wine Bitch" (as she likes... Read more

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Due to popular demand, The secret sparkling wine society becomes a regular
series within our supperclub world. Wine maestro Colleen Rafferty will join
forces with Rob's creative dishes to start a... Read more

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After a long long Xmas break, the food brigade of the Backdoor Kitchen has
decided to stretch a bit their lazy bums behind the kitchen and create a new
spectacular event of silly fun and amazing... Read more

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Come, ye thankful people, come! The Backdoor Kitchen culinary raves are
finally landing on Central London.

Patisserie Lila, one of the oldest gastronomic institutions of London bridge,
just off the... Read more

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Every now and then Rob takes a break from his regional Italian obsession and
puts together a few nights that are completely inspired by limitless
creativity. No national pride, no themes or flavour... Read more

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Back to the time of Ancient Greece fabulist Aesop, fairy tales and fables were
told to communicate a moral message to people through the medium of fiction
involving fantastic creatures and incredible... Read more

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There is one thing that Italians do best, well, second best, and that is
organising amazing feasts around hearty, rustic, flavoursome food.

Whatever our background is as Italians, we must know our... Read more

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Complimentary glass of Prosecco

"Jackson splashed the starter!"\- A full fathom five attempt to eat Mackerel.
Smoked mackerel served with Roast sweet Potato puree, marinated beetroot,
creamed... Read more

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Complimentary glass of Prosecco

Pan seared scallops wrapped in Lardo, spinach and garlic sauce, pickled
cucumbers, ginger flavoured squid ink sauce, watercress.
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Complimentary glass of Prosecco

Pan seared scallops wrapped in Lardo, spinach and garlic sauce, pickled
cucumbers, ginger flavoured squid ink sauce, watercress.
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Glass of Prosecco at arrival

Homemade crispy bread tongues with mayonnaise and Gorgonzola dip

Scallop saltimbocca wrapped in San Daniele ham, Butternut squash and sage... Read more

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We never really had the chance to have a proper Xmas party at the Backdoor
Kitchen but this year we've decided to kick off the best of our weapons and
throw a massively festive party with a loads of... Read more

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In the UK there have been products that have been over-exploited for large
scale production purposes and are now sourced somewhere else in the world when
they can be found within our country. Other... Read more

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Whether we will be all deported or not, let's leave you with a few good tips
about the best food you can have in season in the UK and how we can five to it
a modern Italian twist Backdoor Kitchen... Read more

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It is in the spirit of the best rock'n'roll bands to split up after several
years of sex, drugs and...yeah, rock'n'roll. But it is even more typical of
such epic stories that they eventually reunite... Read more

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It has been a turbulent summer for the UK and, even if summer too has decided
to desert the good people of Britain, the Backdoor Kitchen boys will not.

Keep on believing that "united we can be... Read more

Contact

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Email: backdoorkitchen47@gmail.com

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Twitter: @backdoorkitchen

Reviews

Dancing In High Heels: BDK ANDALUSIAN TAPAS NIGHT

19 Oct 13 by Dancing In High Heels

Dancing In High Heels: BDK SARDINIAN NIGHT

16 Sep 13 by Dancing In High Heels

Dancing In High Heels: BACKDOOR SALON

06 Aug 13 by Dancing In High Heels

Roman Supper Club | mondomulia

12 Apr 12 by Mondomulia

Hen Do Supper Club

Rating: 10

Amy9 attended Private Foodie Experience by Backdoor Kitchen in April 2016, reviewed on 12 May 2016

I recently organised a suppler club with the Italian Boys for my sisters Hen Party and the evening was absolutely fantastic. The food was great, and was enjoyed all round. Rob catered for all dietary/food requirements and produced a fantastic 5 course meal. The boys made it a great evening and even joined in with the Hen Do games.

Would definitely recommend to anyone.

Delicious meal

Rating: 8

Lardy Ladies attended From Rags to Riches in April 2016, reviewed on 3 May 2016

See my blog at: https://lardyladies.wordpress.com/2016/05/02/rags-to-riches-by-the-backdoor-kitchen-supperclub/

Delicious meal and great value

Rating: 10

amolina attended The secret sparkling wine society - Wine and food pairing in December 2014, reviewed on 15 December 2014

All five courses were excellent, especially the two seafood dished. Dessert was also phenomenal (wish we hadn't had to rush off for a train). Wines were a nice addition

Wedding Dinner

Rating: 10

dan&michele attended Backdoor Brixton (in collaboration with Aperol Spritz UK) in July 2014, reviewed on 30 July 2014

We have been religiously attending Rob's events for a year and decided he would be the perfect host for our wedding dinner.

Even though my wife is not the biggest fan of seafood, we know the food served is of a guaranteed high standard. The only problem; we're so used to this, eating anywhere else generally ends in disappointment.

Generally the food and relaxed pace could easily be triple the £ in a restaurant, coupled with the delicious cocktails from backdoor kitchen.

The food served was amazing and a similar menu to the Backdoor Brixton menu. From the Fritti alla Romana to Farro e Gamberetti to the Ilberico estilo Gringo everyone enjoyed each dish.

Thanks to Rob and the team!

Excellent food, good company, great atmosphere, what else?...

Rating: 10

armando attended Backdoor Brixton (in collaboration with Aperol Spritz UK) in July 2014, reviewed on 30 July 2014

First of all I am not a foodie so, if you are seeking for a professional review about Backdoor, just Google it and you'll see many excellent opinions accordingly!

But if you wish to read an honest review just keep going...

It was not the first time that I've attended a session hosted by Rob and I've never been let down so my expectations were definitely high...

But, you know what? Again great job Rob!

Excellent food, good company, great atmosphere, what else? good drinks of course!

Just give it a try and, trust me, you will not be disappointed
Arma
BTW and great value for money

Unforgeable experience

Rating: 1

jc attended Backdoor Brixton (in collaboration with Aperol Spritz UK) in July 2014, reviewed on 29 July 2014

We attended the Thursday night session and had high expectations of the evening. From the menu descriptions, each of the courses sounded delicious, needless to say we were very excited to enjoy what the experience had to offer. Sadly this night turned out to be one of the worse food experiences I have ever had. Let me summarise the evening...

Earlier in the day we were notified via email to arrive at 7:30pm, which we promptly did. In fact majority of the guests were on time, if not 5-10 minutes late. The disappointing experience began with food being served 45 minutes past the designated time. The first course of Farro and Gamberetti was described as "Tuscan spelt salad marinated in Basil and topped with cucumber, Sicilian tomato, Mango and Red Onion tartare, char-grilled prawn and a succulent secret gravy". My take on this was the farro was bland, the prawn was overcooked and dry, and the 'secret' gravy was lacking. No wonder it's a secret because it was next to none. The highlight of this particular dish was the 2 prawns, and that's based on the fact that we were starving.

The second dish was titled: Fabada – ‘Broadbean Salad with Chorizo, Morcilla, Lardo and a Mussel, Clam sautee cooked in Fino sherry, garlic and thyme’. Once again the food was not served to us for what felt like hours. Had it not been the friendly people we were sat next to, waiting for the food would have felt like watching paint dry in an enclosed space with no air circulation – painfully slow and you’ll eventually pass out, in this case from starvation. When the food finally arrived the bitterness overpower all the ingredients, and that’s saying something because chorizo is extremely tasty. Come to think of it I don’t think we got any chorizo. On paper it sounded delicious, in reality it was bitter hell in your mouth.

The 3rd course was “Bruschetta di Polpo - A whole marinated tentacle splashed with saffron alioli and squid mayo sit on a bed of fresh bread and cabbage”. The most delicious component…..was the aioli, which is a shame because it sounded delicious. Once again the theoretical far exceed the practical.

The 4th course: “Iberico estilo Gringo - pulled Iberico pork cheeks marinated in Mediterrean herbs and spices. Served with Sicilian Spinach, sultana, pine kernel and caramelised onion. Topped with spicy red wine sauce”. This was by far the highlight of all the dishes. The tenderness of the meat and the flavours combined, this is how I imagined delicious food to be. A part of me can’t help but think that perhaps it was the preceding 3 terrible courses that made the pork cheeks better than it actually was, but on reflection and judging this by its own merit it was by far the best dish of the night.

As the night ticked closer toward past 10pm and coupled with the exhaustion of wondering if the next course will ever arrive, so we decided to forego the Campari and Orange sorbet. In hindsight I would like to believe this may have been the dish to turn the night around and shown us what amazing food is all about, but I highly doubt it.

For the record let me say that I am not a food snob/critic but I know for certain London has much more to offer than this. Maybe it was the 2nd course that left a bitter taste in my mouth but for the price that we paid, it would have been better spent at Nando’s. At least I know I can depend on them for a fulfilling flavourful meal and not feeling like I spent the 2.5 hours of our lives waiting and wondering if the next dish would ever arrive. It won’t be my last supper club but definitely the last with this particular ‘chef’.

A worthwhile mention, at the end of the 3rd course and after another huge lull in food service we glanced around the remaining guests. We noticed 2 tables had left, plus (and to our disappointment) the couple whom we had sat next to throughout the evening decided to leave as well. Obviously this experience isn’t for everyone.

Excellently good food prepared with care

Rating: 9

Ruth Brecher attended Backdoor Brixton (in collaboration with Aperol Spritz UK) in June 2014, reviewed on 7 July 2014


We came along to this pop-up hoping for good food in the bustling ambience of Brixton Village and we weren't disappointed! There was a very long wait for food as the kitchen was running a bit behind but there were plenty of nice cocktails and a lovely honey beer on offer whilst we waited. The menu took a 'small plates' format but the servings were generous and really well prepared.

The first plate was 'Fritti alla Romana' - selection of Roman style deep-fried vegetables served with caper and anchovy mayonnaise. The batter was very light and crispy and the tangy mayonnaise was the perfect foil for the vegetables. It's a simple dish but can be really quite awful if it isn't prepared well - this version was great.

The second plate was 'Farro e Gamberetti' - Tuscan spelt salad marinated in basil and topped with cucumber, Sicilian tomato, mango and red onion tartare, char-grilled prawn and a sauce. The salad was full of interesting flavours and the prawn was charred and juice - very good indeed.

The third plate was 'Fabada' - a broad bean salad with chorizo, morcilla, lardo and a mussel and clam sautee cooked in Fino sherry, garlic and thyme. This too was very good with bold, fresh flavours. I think the sherry needed to be cooked off for a little longer but this may have been down to being a bit behind in the kitchen and having to get the dishes out on time. The seafood was cooked beautifully with soft, silky mussels with no trace of toughness - some of the best mussels we've eaten in the UK.

The fourth plate was 'Bruschetta di Polpo' - a whole marinated tentacle splashed with saffron alioli and squid ink mayonnaise on a slice of bread with vegetables. Again, the octopus was beautifully cooked, tender, delicious and melted in the mouth with the accompaniments being full of flavour.

The fifth plate was 'Iberico Estilo Gringo' - pulled Iberico pork cheeks marinated in mediterranean herbs and spices served with Sicilian spinach, sultana, pine kernel and caramelised onion and topped with spicy red wine sauce. The dish was a delicious combination of slightly sweet and deeply savoury and was quite unusual due to the addition of the spicy red wine sauce.

The dessert presented prettily in a small glass was an orange sorbet layered with cream which was a light and refreshing way to end a meal that was full of gutsy flavours and interesting textures.

We thought that the standard of cooking was excellent especially at a fairly modest £25 per head - we thanked the chef and left feeling happy and replete!




APERITIVO EXPERIENCE - Brixton's Best

Rating: 10

CWalsh attended Backdoor SALON @Brixton | BRUNCH (£27) OR APERITIVO EXPERIENCE (£15) | 28 JULY in July 2013, reviewed on 30 July 2013

10/10 experience. Having just come back from Barcelona, the BDK tapas was exactly what I was missing. Great squid was on offer, and had I not eaten lunch right before getting there I would have ordered more. If you like fresh, tasty and unpretentious, then the location of the 1st floor venue is perfect. Hosts Rob and Fabio make everyone feel welcome. Would go back next week but for being out of town....it's great value and 100% recommended.

Great company, great food, good vibes, excellent value.

Rating: 9

AnEnglishGirl attended BUSCANDO, PICANDO, ENCONTRANDO (ITALIAN-SPANISH FUSION NIGHT) in May 2013, reviewed on 15 July 2013

Thanks for a lovely evening guys, sorry it took me so long to write something up! I'm still trying to recreate the amazingly tasty risotto/paella, and the manchego prawn baskets have also been on my mind a lot in this beautiful weather. Looking forward to coming back soon.

Hen Party Supper Club with an Italian Twist!

Rating: 9

AnnalisaLud attended Private Foodie Experience by Backdoor Kitchen in June 2013, reviewed on 4 July 2013

Recently held a bespoke supper club with the Backdoor Kitchen boys, such fun! Lots of menus to choose from and they even suggested matching wines. On the day the food was delicious and they didn’t mind us getting a bit raucous, they joined in the fun!
Highly recommended for something a bit different it was to quote the Bride ‘perfect, I felt like I had my own dinner party with no washing up!’