The trendiest supper club has hit the centre of East London's hip heartland
"Eats & Beats" is a tribute to our love of good food, drink and live music.
The event will be hosted by Remel London... Read more
A lazy Saturday afternoon, a bunch of friends, mimosa's and mojitos and a fab
South Indian brunch to go with it. We have given a face lift to some of the
classic South Indian favourites and If you... Read more
Having built up a solid following of foodies in Hither Green & Lee, Damascus
Chef is debuting his hearty, organic four courser in Zone 2!
From the village hearths of Northern Syria to the shangling... Read more
Our 1st birthday is coming up….and you're invited to the big bash! Join us for
an evening of delicious Bengali food, a warm vibe and fantastic people. Book
your place now and bring a friend!
**On... Read more
90° MELT is all about fresh, handmade and sustainable American Comfort Food,
designed to enjoy and share with others.
The Supperclub is designed to beat the Winter Blues with an exciting,
inventive... Read more
Damascus Chef descends on the Good Hope Cafe, Hither Green with his hearty,
four-course organic menu every Friday night. Expect a shimmering, shangling,
shindig-slash-soiree - doors open at 6.30 and... Read more
'_Conversations in Tokunbo's Kitchen' _is not just a food event, it's a space
and opportunity to chill, chat and network with other like minded individuals
and food lovers.
Join us for our inaugural... Read more
In Nigeria, we say_ __"Oya, come chop"_ when it's time to eat.
At Tokunbo's Kitchen, our motto is for our guests to feel like royalty. Our
aim is therefore to ensure that you dine like one. Expect... Read more
We are hosting our final supperclub event for this year on the 21st of
November to raise money for Find Your Feet- a British charity that works to
support and empower deprived women in rural India.... Read more
Sindhi cuisine is the food of the Sindhi people who migrated from Sindh
(formerly in undivided India) now in Pakistan, during the 1947 partition to
India. Leaving behind all their possessions what... Read more
The traditional Calcutta style Dum Biryani is my most treasured recipe, the
recipe has been handed down to me by family cooks who cooked at all our family
weddings. The Biryani has always been the... Read more
Indian food has always been had with a pint (or two) of chilled beer. But we
think they would go perfectly well with wines as well which is why Gutsy
Chutney has prepared a 5 course meal paired with... Read more
The cities of Hyderabad and Calcutta are separated by 736 miles- for one night
you can enjoy the cuisine of both these cities in a special Darjeeling Express
Supperclub. I have lived in both cities... Read more