London Supper Clubs

Here is a list of the supper clubs in London that hold regular events:

If the 'next event' seems to be out of date check the link - I may not have updated recently enough!

See them on a map here

The Art of Dining - This supper club mixes food and art to create very special dining experiences around a theme.  Previous events include The Chicken and the Egg, and Rations (a wartime theme).  Expect high concept, and a real experience.  Unlike most supper clubs, the events usually take place over a few nights, so there's a good chance you'll be able to get tickets.
Frequency - Every couple of months
Cost - A donation of around £45

August Indian Supper Club - A regular supper club rn by sisters Meghna & Menaka from their home in SW5, featuring East Indian Bihari food, like Chicken Chari
Frequency - Once or twice a month
Cost - Approx £30

Banquet - A supper club based in Fulham with its own private venue seating up to 30 run by a designer, food photographer and chef. Banquet caters for all occasions with a seasonal modern British menu emphasising on dramatic and unusual presentation.
Frequency - Monthly
Cost £40 per head for canapes, 5 courses and welcome cocktail

Backdoor Kitchen - Billing themselves as 'a secret foodie extravaganza', The Backdoor Kitchen organise regular events in Bermondsey and beyond.  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!
Frequency - Once a month
Cost - Suggested donation of £25 per person + BYOB

Bidoche - A meaty English / French supper club in Walthamstow from Emma and Kevin, including slow cooked meats, marinades, and cured meats.  It's hosted in a cafe, and has 20 places for each event
Frequency - Once a month
Cost - Approx £25

Bita's Authentic Persian Supper Club - A very regular dining experience, a feast of more than ten authentic Persian dishes and a welcoming cocktail, in NW7 by chef Bita Fallah in her home, running several times a month.
Frequency - Several times a month
Cost - £40.00 per person

Bom Garfo - A friendly supper club in Stockwell serving modern Portuguese cuisine, inspired by a love to cooking and dinner parties.  Each evening has a differnt menu of between 4 and 6 courses, serving only ten guests.
Frequency - once a month on a Saturday evening
Cost - Between £25 and £40

Bootleg Banquet - A supper club in Shoreditch, run by Pestle & Mortar Catering, who are also available for private catering, and can host private parties for up to 28 people.
Frequency - Up to three times a month
Cost - £40 for 4 courses, with BYOB

Burger Monday - Daniel Young's legendary burger night, with burgers specially made by top butchers, and cooked by top chefs.  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

Cadrega Italian Supper Club - A small supper club in Marylebone that has places for 8 guests.  Food is cooked from the best & freshest ingredients, sources at places like Borough Market and Ginger Pig, with other ingredients like oils & flour delivered from Italy.   Cadrega is also able to hold private events - get in touch via the link for more information.
Frequency - About once a month
Cost - A donation of £40

The Camberwell Kitchen - A gluten-free supper club in South East London in the flat of the organiser, Rosie, a coeliac training to be a dietitian, and and her boyfriend Ant.  After hiding the sofa, there is seating for 14 on one long table. So come along with friends, or on your own to make new ones.
Frequency - once a month
Cost - Typically £25 for three courses and a cocktail (& it's BYOB)

Camberwell Love - The team is made up of the Sous Chef and front of house staff from top London restaurants such as The Harwood Arms and The Ledbury. We offer Michelin style food in a non-pretentious atmosphere.
Frequency: Twice monthly
Cost: Six course tasting menu and a cocktail £40

The Candlestick Maker - A regular supper club run by Ian Ballantyne, which takes place in a variety of venues.  The menus follow a variety of styles, for example Asian, or Basque.
Frequency - Very regular! (Every couple of weeks or more)
Cost - A suggested donation of £35

Catford Canteen - Every week a different supper club host cooks at Catford Canteen, a reclaimed space in Catford Shopping Centre, backed by Lewisham council.  A great way to experience new food and meet interesting people.
Frequency - Weekly, typically on a Thursday or Friday
Cost - Varies, but in the £20 - £30 price range

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.
Frequency - Once a month
Cost - Typically £30

Clandestinos - A very prolific supper club based in a house in Finsbury Park, catering for between 12 and 14 guests each time.  The suppers have now been running for over two years, and as ever reservations are essential.  They can also host private dinners.
Frequency - Frequent!  Typically 4-6 times a month
Cost - Typically £20 - £30

Cocomero - An Italian supper club that takes place every month in Walthamstow Village, with just 12 diners at any one time.  Hostess Silvana is said to make the best porchetta this side of Rome!
Frequency - Once a month
Cost - Approx £30

Damn Good Curry - Hosted in a variety of venues around London, Nilanjani Pai cooks amazing and very authentic regional Indian cuisine from an extensive repertoire drawing inspiration and influence from family links to Maharashtra, Punjab and South India, but in particular Goa.
Frequency - About once a month
Cost - Approximately £25 per head.  Not BYOB as venues generally have their own bars

Darjeeling Express - Asma Khan's Indian supper club takes place at her home in Kensington.  Asma has also run supper clubs in restaurants, including a sold out event at the Cinnamon Club
Frequency - Check the upcoming dates here
Cost - Approx £35 per head

The Disappearing Dining Club - This supper club takes place on the first Saturday of every month.  The format is a dinner, then dancing, usually at a secret venue.  DJs play before and after dinner, and the fun goes on until the early hours.
Frequency - First Saturday of the month.  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.
Frequency - 2nd & 4th Friday of each month
Cost - £60

Dub Plates Kitchen - A British Caribbean Supper Club near Old Street, founded by two friends, mixing dishes from the Caribbean with a London vibe.  Sample menus include fish & chips, and duck and pancakes.
Frequency - Monthly
Cost - Approx £35

The East Dulwich Supper Club - Guests delight in watching professional chefs prepare dinner before their very eyes. This is a truly unique opportunity to enjoy fantastic food, beautifully prepared and presented in surroundings like no other...... this is the club that everyone wants to be part of!
Frequency - Monthly on a Thursday/Friday
Cost - £33

Eatro's Kitchen - A Spanish supper club run by the founders of Eatro, a site that helps you find local chefs to cook for you (or let you sell your own cooked food).  The supper club takes place just off Brick Lane, and each guest receives a recipe card to take home at the end of the night.
Frequency - Monthly
Cost - Approx £22

ferdiesfoodlab - Set up by Simon Fernandez of Fernandez and Leluu.  It all looks absolutely perfect (check out the pictures of the food and venue).
We have 2 new venues for private parties, one near Westbourne Grove, the other near Clapham Junction (minimum 20 people) please inquire
Frequency - Fortnightly
Cost - A minimum donation of £45

The First Bite Is - Emily Amuke's Fulham supper club has been going since 2010, focussing on fine food with an Asian feel.  People say 'she knows how to pack flavours' and the supper clubs offer a four course meal with a goodie bag to take home.
Frequency - About two per month
Cost - Approximately £35 - £45 per head, depending on the menus

Fowl Mouths - A Forest Hill (SE23) supper club run by Melissa, Katie and Lauren, focussing on Japanese comfort food (plus a bit of Southern soul food), their signature dish being karaage chicken.
Frequency - Once a month
Cost - Approx £30 

Flaming Flamingo - A supper club run by private chef Kali Hamm, who trained in New York, and has experience of working around the world, including Asia, Latin America, and Europe.  The supper club is held either at Kali's home (pictures on the site), or other venues around London.
Frequency - Once a month
Cost - A donation of £30 per head for a 5 course menu, with BYOB

Gumbo Galley - A vegetarian supperclub inspired by the South of the US, run by a chef originally from New Orleans, and held in a mews house located near to Great Portland Street tube, for 14 people at a time.
Frequency - Once or twice a month
Cost - Approx £40 per head, inc cocktail on arrival, 5 courses, and it's BYOB

Holly Park Suppers - A Finchley Supper Club in the organisers home and garden.  It caters for 20 people on an evening, and serves a pan-European menu
Frequency - Monthly
Cost - Approx £25 per head

That Hungry Chef - A new dining experience from professional chef Pratap Chahal with experience in Michelin restaurants, now taking time out to develop his own project. Serving food inspired by a year of travelling around the world, coupled with the finest seasonal produce and Indian heritage in the gorgeous and cosy surrounds of an Islington home.
Frequency - Once a month
Cost - Typically £40

Italian Supper Club - You guessed it - Italian food.  Cooked & served in the East London home of one of the organisers with spaces for 20 people, they promise homemade food, organic wines, laughs, fun and joy!
Frequency - Not clear - visit the site and send them an email
Cost - £30, payable in advance

Joginder's Supper Club - A family run Supper club in Tufnell Park, North London. Into their fourth year Rani and Saira invite you to relax, socialize, eat, drink and be merry at their suppers held in their candlelit basement. Cooking up North Indian Punjabi food each menu consists of traditional family recipes and new creations.
Frequency - At least once a month
Cost - £25 donation for 7-8 courses + BYOB

Kamayan Filipino Supper Club - Enjoy a cosy meal, learn about Filipino food & Philippine culture and meet other Foodies, in a small group - 14 places available. What is Filipino food? It's diverse, fresh and a versatile cuisine. Through out the country's history, the food was influenced by Spain, Chinese, Malay, Mexico and America.
Frequency - About once a month
Cost - About £30 per person

Kvartirnik - A vegetarian supper club in Dalston, run by Anton Petrov and Mahab Kazmi, as a celebration of quality and quantity, using only the best seasonal ingredients
Frequency - Monthly
Approximate cost - £30

Leluu - Another offshoot from Fernandez and Leluu, Leluu holds regular nights in her flat in London Fields.  The food sounds amazing, and the evenings sound very friendly and great fun.
Frequency - Regular - There are seven in July
Cost - A suggested donation of £35 per person

Let's Go In For Dinner - A new (as of Sept 2012) supper club based in Seven Sisters.  Rita holds regular dinners in her house for between 8 & 12 guests, often to a theme.
Frequency - Once a month
Cost - A suggested donation of £30 per person

Literary Dinners – Unique literary experiences on an intimate scale. Each dinner is in a special location and with a delicious menu, allowing you to meet an author along with just a few other guests.
Frequency – every one to two months
Cost –£30 in advance

The Little Cooking Pot - A regular vegan & gluten-free event at Bodega 50 cafe in Stoke Newington, on every second Thursday.  The cuisine is different each time, but you get 3 imaginative courses for a very reasonable price.
Frequency - Every two weeks
Cost - £22 & it's BYOB

A Little Lusciousness - A Little Lusciousness supper clubs in Acton Town are fun, friendly, casual evenings. Think perfect pub food, served in a beautiful house, surrounded by people who love and appreciate good food.
Frequency - Monthly on a Saturday
Cost - £30

The London Supper Club - A long-running club, held in Balham at the home of the organisers.  There is a set three course menu, and up to 18 guests attend.  Food is provided; guests bring their own drinks
Frequency - Every fortnight.  The events almost always sell out long in advance
Cost - A suggested contribution of £22

Malaysian by May - Homecooked Malaysian food, mainly served in the organiser's home near Putney Bridge.  May started the supper club a couple of years ago when she organised a charity event for Jamie Oliver's Fifteen Foundation, and has since hosted events at places like The National Gallery Cafe.
Frequency - Monthly
Cost - £38 per head

Mgeni - A supper club in a private house in Ealing that explores the authentic flavours of different cuisines of the world - Gujarati, Mexican, Thai etc. Each dinner will serve a tasting menu focused on a certain cuisine. The name comes from the Kiswahili for guest.  There are only 6 places so book early.
Frequency - Every two months or so
Cost : A donation of £40 per person, £20 up front

Momma Goose - A new supper club in Acton, set up by a musician.  The menu and influences are different each time - for example British, Mediterranean, Japanese - and there will also be a live musical interlude from the chef's friends
Frequency - Twice a month on a Friday or Saturday
Cost - A donation of £25 + BYOB

Mondsey - A Malaysian supper Club run by a couple who grew up in Kuala Lumpur, her a classically trained in pâtisserie at Le Cordon Bleu and he is a food geek, from their home in Bermondsey.  Expect dishes like  Chicken Satay to the more unique, like Otak-Otak (a spiced fish mousse) and Penang Prawn Mee. All profits from the supperclub goes to charity.
Frequency - Monthly
Cost - Approx £30

Monograph - A Japanese supper club near Old Street, serving contemporary Japanese cuisine in tasting portions.  Be ready for an informal and relaxed evening!
Frequency - Varies - e.g. 3 in May
Cost - £28 per head

The Moveable Feast - A supper club near Clapham Junction aiming to bring people together in a fun and friendly environment over good food.  Menus range from pies to share, to five course tasting menus, to detox food.
Frequency - Monthly
Cost - Approx £32 per head

The New Cross Dining Co - A new(ish) venture aiming to bring a bit of the East London vibe to the South East by showcasing chefs and creative menus.
Frequency - Monthly - Check the website
Cost - £25 per head

Ning London Supper Club - A Malaysian supper club held in East London, with Norman Musa, the Young Asian & Oriental Chef of 2012.  Ning run restaurants in the North, and these monthly nights let people in London experience the cooking.  The kitchen area is clearly visible to the diners, like a 'chef's table' in a restaurant.
Frequency - One Friday and Saturday per month
Cost - Approx £35 per head

North South Food - A Kiwi supper club, serving up Pacific-inspired dishes, from chefs with experience working for award-winning kitchens.  The club is based in Dalston
Frequency - Monthly
Cost - Approx £30 per head

Pomodoro E Basilico - Vegan Supper Club Pomodoro E Basilico which is situated in Queens Park London, is the brainchild of vegan chief Sara Mittersteiner . Drawing on her Italian heritage, she creates delicious dishes from different regions of Italy, all of which is entirely vegan and free from any animal products.
Frequency - Once a month
Cost - A donation of £25 per person

Pop-up Barbados - P.U.B is a pretty self explanatory supper club run by Barrie Gunning.  Barrie grew up in Barbados before coming to Europe when he was 21, and now cooks for events, private dinners, and this supper club.  Menus change, but expect seafood!
Frequency - About once a month
Cost - A donation of £25

Pushpa's Kitchen - A Gujarati supper club in Streatham, run by Devesh from his home, and featuring an 8 course tasting menu from the Western region of India, and made with traditional recipes and techniques.  The supper club seats just six, so expect a very personal service!
Frequency - Weekly on Thursdays, from the end of May 2014
Cost - £25 and it's BYOB

Rajivs Kitchen - A Nepalese supper club founded in March 2013, offering up to two events per month in a 1960s themed lounge in Bethnal Green / Whitechapel.
Frequency - Twice a month
Cost - £30 for a 5 course meal with a cocktail on arrival

Rosbif - A roving supper club run by Ror and Sophie, in different venues around the capital, for example disused shops.
Frequency - Once a month or so
Cost - Approx £30

Sabrina's Kitchen - Sabrna Ghayour was the creator of the very popular English Laundry supper club night, and has now started running her own supper club in association with Simon Fernandez of Ferdie's Food Lab (qv), generally held in private houses.  Each night covers a different cuisine - Spanish, Pan-Asian and Sabrina's own take on Persian.
Frequency - Very active!  Typically three a month
Cost - A donation of £40 per person, of which £20 needs to be paid up-front

Sakhs Supper Club - A gluten-free supper club in Battersea, run by 'big foodie' Sarina, and featuring dishes like venison scotch egg, fin and tonic granita, and more
Frequency - Once a month
Cost - £30 per head

Salon Japon - A new Japanese supper club in a private home on the King's Road, with chef Naomi.  It's around one big table, with lots of courses, and all dishes are for sharing.
Frequency - Monthly
Cost - Varies, depending on the ingredients on the night

The Savage Dining Project - A new Hoxton super club, run by an ex-professional chef and his wife. both ex-pats originally from Vancouver, B.C. Canada. The food and menu will be inspired by Travel and Seasonal ingredients. The cuisine will be different every time based on global influences, but Guests will receive a 5-6 course imaginative menu
Frequency - 2-3 times per month
Cost - £30-35 inc welcome cocktail, BYOB

Scratch Secret Suppers - Ex-pat Australian chef Michelle Francis and Jane Kelson offer a Seven Course Seasonal Tasting Menu 2-3 times a month from their lovely looking apartment just off Marylebone High Street. 14-16 diners make this a very social supperclub and great for mingling.
Frequency: 2-3 times a month
Cost: A donation of £40 payable on the night.  Includes a fizzy cocktail. BYO thereafter.

Secret Sunday Lunch Club - A supper club devoted to Sunday roasts, based in Notting Hill.  A very friendly-sounding affair, with the roast placed in the middle of the table for people to tuck in, plus desserts and a cheese boards.
Frequency - Once a month
Cost - Generally £35 with BYOB

Seventh Floor Supper Club - A supper club that takes place in a flat on the seventh floor of a building near Clapham Junction.  The food the cook is rustic, home style, Mediterranean which changes with the seasons.  It's very small - only 6 places - so book early!
Frequency - Monthly
Cost - £25, with BYOB

Social Pantry Supper Club - Social Pantry Supper Club are all about creating beautiful, delicious and indulgent food for their guests. They work hard to design menus that show their passion for creative food, as well as their slick service and style. Their supper clubs are hosted at a lovely café on Lavender Hill in Battersea.
Frequency - Fortnightly - Monthly
Cost  - Varies, but typically £30

Soothe Food - A monthly supper club in Clapham run by Emma (+ boyfriend as waiter) based on deslicious seasonal ingredicents, and able to cater for all sorts of allergies and intolerances, and people on a FODMAP diet.  The supper club caters for just 10-12 people each month - book early!
Frequency - Once a month
Cost - Approx £30

Soul Food Girls Supper Club - Two sisters dishing up African/Caribbean/'sort of' European inspired food once a month from their tiny (but always lively) Tottenham kitchen. Rum, fun and a full tum guaranteed!
Frequency - Once a month
Cost - £25 + booking fee.  BYOB

The South West Supper Club - Regular nights held in a variety of venues in South West London, including wine shops and private houses.  The theme is currently 'wild and foraged' and I can personally vouch for this one.  You'll eat great food and have a great time.
Frequency - Usually twice a month
Cost - £30 per head

Stairway to Heaven - A Soho supper club run by Leonardo and Stefano specialising in the Northern Italian food.  Both have a lot of food & restaurant experience, including at Carluccio's, and Giacobazzi's Delicatessen in Hampstead
Frequency - Monthly
Cost - £25 - £35 with BYOB

Supper in a Pear Tree - A supper club that combines with a art class, and run by two sisters, Charlotte and Annabel Partridge.  It's been running since late 2011, and looks lots and lots of fun.  Be sure to book early, as there are only 20 places per night.  Plus, the life drawing is bound the break the ice!
Frequency - First Thursday of the month
Cost - £35

Surrey Secret Supper Club - Not strictly in London, but not far out on a train, and definitely do-able, especially as you eat in a grade 2 listed cottage.  They serve a 5 course tasting menu, and it's BYOB
Frequency - Every two weeks or so on a Friday or Saturday
Cost - A donation of £35 per head

Toby Cartwright - After working as Chef Ben Spalding`s no2 at his pop up `Stripped back` Toby has gone solo now regularly holding dining events around south London. The food is Modern Eclectic, and the locations, themes, menus and so on vary between events
Frequency- regularly( roughly every 2 weeks)
Costs – depends on the event but anywhere from £25-£55

The Underground Supper Club - Run by Ms Marmite Lover, this is one of the most regular and most famous London supper clubs.  She's also written a book on how to do it, and there's now a Secret Garden Club offering a daytime alternative.
Frequency - Approx 2 supper clubs and one garden club a month
Cost - Varies, but generally £40 - £60 per head

V-Curious - A new vegan supper club in North London for just eight guests each night from chef Rowena Humphreys.  As the name suggests, its for vegans and non-vegans, and Rowena promises a delicious and decadent four course meal that all can enjoy
Frequency - Monthly
Cost - Typicaly £30 + BYOB

We Sabi Fusion - We Sabi Fusion run regular supper clubs in Hoxton, in addition to offering private catering.  They serve Nigerian fusion food, typically 5 courses.
Frequency - Once a month
Cost - £45 per head, or two people for £80

White Room Supper Club - A supper club in a private apartment near The City & Barbican.  There is a strong focus on mingling, and people booking on their own are actively encouraged.  The dinners have four courses and feature locally sourced ingredients
Frequency - Twice a month
Cost - A donation of £35 per head, with BYOB

World Brunch Club - A regular Sunday supper club held at the Sugarhouse Studios in Stratford.  Each time it's a different cuisine, followed by a specially selected film.  The club started at the organisers' flat in Kentish Town, but since getting the bigger space now caters for 50 people at a time.
Frequency - Once every 2 months
Cost - £15 inc the film

Yummy Choo - A Mauritian supper club run by Selina Periampillai (Yummy Choo) and her mother (Mummy Choo) from her home in Croydon, serving up colourful, moreish dishes with a tropical flair and unique flavours.
Frequency - At least once a month
Cost - Typically £30

Outside London

MYO - A Supper Club in Salisbury where guest make their own pizza, as part of a 4 course meal, plus lots of mingling.  Hopefully coming to London later this year!
Frequency - Monthly
Cost £25

Also - WhatsOnFoodie (formerly 'Guestaurant') is a worldwide supper club search engine.  You can search by city (just 'London', no areas or boroughs) and by date.