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Expect fine and hearty Italian food Frequency - Once a month or so Cost - Suggested donation of £35 (varies by event) Bengali-Indian Supper Club - A new regular monthly Supper Club in Bromley, run by Borun from his home, serving authentic Bengali dishes from Kolkata (Calcutta).
Catering for 8 people each time, Borun offers a fantastic opportunity to try a very different and delicious Indian regional cuisine!
DJs play before and after dinner, and the fun goes on until the early hours. The next one is on 7th July Cost - Approx £50 The Disappearing Dining Club's Town House - These dinners take place twice a month in a restored 18th century house in Fournier Street.
Dinners take place on the second and fourth Friday of each month, and note that the space is also available for private hire.
The suppers have now been running for over two years, and as ever reservations are essential. Frequency - Monthly Cost - approx £35 - book by emailing [email protected] Chaiwalla - An Indian small plates supper club run by chef Dhruv Mittal from his flat in Canary Wharf.These have sold out in *minutes* - if you're lucky you can get tickets.Frequency - Usually about once a month Cost - Approx £30 per head Christabel's Supper Club - Taking place in her flat in Hoxton, overlooking the Regent's Canal, Christabel's inspiration comes from her travels and I love travelling, and finding unusual flavours and ingredients, as well as interesting collaborations.The dishes are a mix of home favourites, regional specialities and traditonal street food inspired by a culinary trip he recently took to India.
Dhruv has trained with leading michelin starred chefs like Sat Bains and Heston Blumenthal and graduated from Le Cordon Bleu with the Grande Diplome.Frequency - Every Saturday night Cost - £35 per head, & it's BYOB Club Lola - A new regular supper club in Brixton that serves up fuss-free food with shabby-chic finesse.