Sunday 5 February 2017

Supperclubs in London for Valentine's Day

Pastry Chef Helen Vass' Dulce Supperclub in EC2
Supperclubs can be great places to eat on Valentine's Day.  They're less formal than restaurants, you're with other people, so it can be less intense, and there's often lots to talk about on the way home and in the days afterwards.  Also, you get to make new friends!

Here are some that are happening on Tuesday 14th February 2017

Dulce Supperclub by Pastry Chef Helen Vass - EC2
"Scottish Pastry chef, Helen Vass, presents her popular pop up dessert restaurant, Dulce, to London's Victorian Bath House. Olive Magazine have cited Helen as a rising pastry star and this dessert evening will showcase the desserts that she has to offer. The desserts are inspired by her time working as a pastry chef out in Barcelona and will come with wines to accompany . This is an informal evening where Helen will serve the desserts and talk about them and it is a social dining concept, so you can come alone or in a group!"
Tickets - £55 from here

Quinto Quarto's Italian Valentine's Seafood Feast - WC2
"The King of Gnocchi returns for a BYOB 5-course seafood feast in the heart of the Strand!
In the heart of Central London Grub Club veteran and Italian, Michelin trained, Chef Adalberto Battaglia (aka ‘The King of Gnocchi’, according to those who have been lucky enough to sample his cooking at the food stalls he held in Brick Lane) has devised another mouth-watering menu!
This time he's taking up shop at the Strand! To serve up a contemporary 5-course seafood menu! Whether you're single or coupled up, all are welcome this Valentine's Day to feast on a fresh fish menu including some of Adha's signature dishes as 'Campari marinated fresh prawns with orange glaze and mixed leaves' or 'saffron gnocchetti with lobster and bisque veloute'!"
Tickets - £39 (& BYOB) from here

The Italian Supper Club's Chalet Valentino Supperclub - EC2
"Ski season comes to Shoreditch, dust off your skis and join us at Chalet Valentino for a 'pist inspired' supper.
Expect lots of melted cheese, venison and hot chocolate. Bring your Valentine or not, up to you.
Dress code: wear appropriately for the pists, ski gear is encouraged, bottle of wine for the best outfit."
Tickets - £36 from here

Don Luigi's Valentine's Day Dinner at Pop Brixton - SW9
"Take your date to Don Luigi in Pop Brixton this Valentine’s Day for an evening of Italian romance.
Valentine’s Day is synonymous with love and we all know that Italians are traditionally considered to be the kings of romance. This Valentine’s Day, Pop Brixton’s Don Luigi transport you to the capital of romance with an intimate supper club and screening of the Italian classic, Nuovo Cinema Paradiso.
Guests will be eased into the night with a bottle of Prosecco on arrival with a DJ playing dreamy Italian classics. Nuovo Cinema Paradiso will then provide the backdrop to a 6-course meal, played as guests enjoy Don Luigi’s South Italian delights."
Tickets - £45 (£90 per couple) from here

A Valentine's Day Sharing Supper with Zoe's Ghana Kitchen - SW9
"Come and enjoy a delicious Ghanaian-style five course sharing supper this Valentine's Day, in the intimate surrounding's of Zoe's Ghana Kitchen.
On arrival, guests will receive our take on the classic Sobolo cocktail, made with Hibiscus-infused Bermondsey Gin, before settling in to our cosy dining space to enjoy a feast of Ghanaian classics, including: Jollof-spiced chicken skewers; comforting mini mashed yam balls with groundnut sauce; Grilled 'garden egg' aubergines with goats cheese and wild rocket; beautiful whole baked tilapia with Banku bruschetta, plantain chips and signature Shito hot pepper sauce; and finishing in sweet, indulgent style with a luxurious Divine chocolate mousse.
Places cost £45 per head, including the welcoming cocktail, five courses of food and a bottle of prosecco between two."
Tickets - £45 from here

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