Argentinian Pizza Supper Club + live music

Supperclubs & Popups | Argentinean | Vegetarian | BYOB | Eat and Meet | NOT BYOB | Pop Up | Private Dining | Supperclub

Rating: 8.7

hosted by Argentinian Pizza Supper Club

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Reviewed by TimeOut as one of the best eating Pop Ups in London, The Argentinian Pizza Supper Club is a #PopUp Eat & Meet that takes place on Saturdays evenings.

Hello! I am Oli, an argentinian chef and musician and I started in October 2013 this supper club in Shoreditch.


A supper club is a trendy social experience, like pop ups, specially in London. Basically, you buy the All-inclusive ticket, and then you go, you eat and you have fun.

Its a great opportunity to meet really interesting and creative people.

The chef prepares pizzas which are original recipes from Argentina, so uniques & hand made. A perfect combination.

Our added value is that our chef also performs live music during the evening.

This is a 4-course meal and  Dessert IS included in the ticket. We offer 2 kinds of tickets: With Wine or Bring Your Own Bottle.

We have an average of 25 guest and we sell tickets on different platforms so book with confidence. Our event starts at 8 pm and finish at 10.30 pm Guests are allowed to stay for a little bit more :)


Our menu is Vegetarian Friendly


How does it works?
With your ticket, you get:

  • Starters
  • Main Plate (2)
  • Dessert
  • Live Music


If you buy the  £25 ticket you will have FREE WINE: half bottle of RED wine per person. We only sell a limited number of it.

If you want to Bring Your Own Bottle, please buy the  £23 ticket.

-Starters: Home made Antipasto
-Main plate: Original pizza recipes from Argentina
-Dessert: Pancakes with Dulce de Leche, a traditional argentinian sweet with its own history.


*** Please notice: tickets are being sold in different web sites, so even if the event looks empty, it is probably isnt ;) ***

Ticket it is a donation of 23 pounds per person or more + 2 pounds of ticketing service.

If you need any information about us, please do not hesitate to contact us:

Follow us on Twitter @pizzasupperclub


Do you want to see how our supper club looks like? Check our website:

"Let me finish saying please that since I have started with this Supper Club, I am learning so much and really enjoying it. I look foward for every weekend to do it and meet again fantastic people as usually is happening weekend after weekend. Im really pleased of doing this, I enjoy telling stories about this food, talking to people and singing for them, It is amazing...

...Thank you!" Oli -the chef and musician behind the Argentinian Pizza Supper Club


About our pizzas:

The Fugazzeta is made of pizza bread, a combination of specials cheeses, pizza bread again, and onions prepared and cooked in a particular way. Add oregano and olive oil and you have a master piece. Its a trully original recipe developed in Argentina.

The Faina instead, is a cheakpea flour pizza, usually it is a secondary pizza that you eat together with mozzarella pizza. This is very traditional in Argentina and you will try it.


ReviewsAbout our Pizza Supper Club: 


By Time Out London magazine (March 2014):

London's roving restaurants and bars are more imaginative than ever. So forget stationary eateries and gorge on spring's best eating and drinking pop-ups.

Argentinian Pizza Supper Club: Where de dough is flat, the cooking's sharp and the music hits all the right notes

Sure, this is one of the few places in London you can try Fugazzeta (a rich Argentinian pizza with lashings of cheese and onion), but the real draw is Oli, the ebullient South American chef, who has a tendency to grab his guitar and burst into song. The night also includes wine and pancakes filled with ultra-sweet Argentinian dulce de leche caramelised milk. Think pizza starts and ends in Italy? Think again.


By Twenty Something London:

Throughout January, chef Oli is teaming up with our friends at Edible Experiences to host hisArgentinian supper club, an evening of great food accompanied by a host of live music and entertainment, all based in Old Street. Tickets are a mere £20 and give you a Saturday evening dinner of homemade antipasto, Argentinian-style pizzas, pancakes with dulce de leche, plus half a bottle of red wine (each). On top of that you’ll meet new, like-minded individuals to befriend, whilst Oli switches from apron to guitar to perform some live traditional Argentinian music. So, if you’re in the mood to be transported to South America this Jan, click the GO! button now, and get your tickets before they sell out! * Clic here to read it online (external link)


By BarChick: January Highlights:

A Saturday evening of ultimate foodie heaven with Argentinian pizzas and some Dulce de Leche pancakes. Why not befriend like-minded individuals over some great food and live traditional Argentinian music. * Clic here to read it online (external link)


By Loves Food Will Travel:

Well, it was an excellent evening of Argentinian food and music and I'd highly recommend! Oli, musician and lifelong food enthusiast, has only been running the Argentinian Pizza Supper Club since September 2013 but he's an excellent host.  Oli is bursting with knowledge and a contagious enthusiasm for Argentinian food, which other than the steakhouses is actually fairly hard to find in London. * Clic here to read it online (external link)


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Still not sure if it was not a joke

Rating: 2

Nata attended in October 2014, reviewed on 27 October 2014

We have to give credits to Oli.. the guy definitely has a strong business acumen and marketing talents. Mediocre food and lousy singing served with the flavor of “Made in Argentina” by a guy whose self-confidence tops all the other possible talents he has, and the audience is already enchanted.

Seems like we were the only ones (group of 7, including 1 person from Argentina (!!)) in the audience that night that were not enchanted. Quite the opposite, that whole experience left us wondering is this is not a joke.. The guy that claims to be a chef and a musician, actually does both on a very amateurish level. What was presented as an original Argentinian pizza appeared to be some version of the quick’n’cheap meal that you make when you forgot to do your groceries over the weekend. The appetizers were very small and hardly enough for the amount of people. The served wine was a cheap house wine from a supermarket next door. I guess we would’ve still bared with it all and tried to persuade ourselves that this whole experience is not that bad, had it not been for that guy’s performance. What was announced as LIFE MUSIC, appeared to be just 3 self-composed songs sung with guitar. Performed by a guy with almost no voice. The lyrics of the songs left us laughing. As most of us understood Spanish (the language of the songs) ,we could appreciate how shallow and banal the lyrics was.. It left some of us almost under the table from laugh and the others trying to not burst into laugh while the rest of the audience was breathlessly listening to the ”beautiful Spanish song” of macho argentino. Well . After all it was a funny experience. Unfortunately not on the account of nice food or music.. More on the account of the absurdity of the whole event and the fact that we had to pay for it.

Argentinian Pizza Supper Club responded on 25 November 2014:

The only thing I can say about this is: just read the other reviews or google our name, reviews, articles or also reviews in the other platforms we also sell tickets and you will see by yourself.

I am a hell good singer, check out my tunes here :)

Fantastic Food and Amazing Host

Rating: 10

Vansylv attended in September 2014, reviewed on 1 September 2014

I'm a big pizza lover and this take on Pizza was unique and delicious and one I wont forget. The host Oli was welcoming and... well... loving ( don't know how else to put it ). The music topped off an a memorable night. Cant recommend highly enough.

Excellent entertainment

Rating: 10

Iva and Martin attended in August 2014, reviewed on 31 August 2014

This was one of the most entertaining nights we've had in a long time. Food was great but what made the night so fun and so special was Oli's wonderful connection with us, his guests.


Rating: 9

thepoleangel attended in August 2014, reviewed on 11 August 2014

Fab food and amazing company with musical delights from the beautiful welcoming Oli.
Would definitely go again!

Carbtastic introduction to Supper Clubs

Rating: 7

pulledpork attended in June 2014, reviewed on 30 June 2014

For those who have never been to a supper club and are looking for something that is reasonably priced with a lovely atmosphere, then this is a good option.

The Fuggazeta was definitely the best dish of the night. On the whole, it was quite carb heavy but worth trying once for an enjoyable evening.

Oli was a fabulous host who meticulously plans the evening and is genuinely interested in ensuring his guests are well taken care of.

Excellent evening!

Rating: 10

HarshaShah attended in May 2014, reviewed on 25 May 2014

We had a great night. Oli is a fantastic host and really makes the evening thoroughly enjoyable and entertaining. The food was delicious and plentiful and great value for money. We will be back!


Rating: 10

DelfinaD attended in April 2014, reviewed on 6 April 2014

Being from Argentina myself, I have to say the food was really delicious and authentic, a heartfelt taste of home. The atmosphere was also very nice and Chef Oli a great host. An overall great experience!


Rating: 10

KR attended in March 2014, reviewed on 2 April 2014

We had such a great night! Amazing food, great music! A really fun experience. I would thoroughly recommend!

Great food, great fun and good value for money

Rating: 9

GT attended in March 2014, reviewed on 17 March 2014

Went to pizza supper club on Saturday evening and had a brilliant time. Oli is an excellent host. The food was delicious, had a good fun time chatting to the other people on our table, and Oli entertained us all with his music during a much-needed pause between the main course and dessert. Excellent value for money and definitely one of the more unusual dining experiences in London that you should try at least once.

It is just great!

Rating: 10

MB attended in March 2014, reviewed on 3 March 2014

I'm also an Argentine living in London for over 10 years now. My friends know how much I crave for our "Argentine style pizza" which I define as an improvement of the good Napolitan pizza. The matter is that you can only find it in our "pizzerias" around in Buenos Aires, but neither in Italy nor anywhere far!

A few weeks ago I read about this Supper Club option and contacted Oli directly to book and I must say that is has been a fabulous experience.

He prepares himself the pizza which is amazing. The fugazeta style is even better than in some pizzerias and the faina is super good. You must try it!

On top of that, he is a great host (super buena onda) creating a very friendly atmosphere that makes you fill at home and will, on top, delight everybody with his music and singing.

All together, a great experience to repeat.

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