Where is the most unusual place you’ve ever had dinner at? For me it was a historic 1969 Victoria Line tube carriage for the Basement Galley supper club in London .
The Basement Galley is one of many supper clubs you can book in London, but it certainly stands out for its unique location. The old tube carriage, which used to run on the Victoria line from Walthamstow to Brixton, is now parked at the Pumphouse Transport Museum.
The museum in Walthamstow isn’t the easiest place to find, especially if you are a south… Continue reading
Exactly one week ago my day started with these pretty and delicious Poached Eggs and Smashed Avocado on Toast…
The Hospital Club is a private club and creative hub in the heart of London that aims to offer a working and networking environment to professionals in the creative industries. The club doesn’t only provide a space, they also discover the best creative talent, and produce, publish and celebrate their work.
The Hospital Club houses… Continue reading
A few weeks ago I found out about the Disappearing Dining Club and I was instantly intrigued by it. DDC is an events company that “brings like-minded people together to enjoy great food, drink and good company in reclaimed or unusual private spaces”. As well as hosting dinners and events in and around London, they have also launched “Back in 5 Minutes”, a permanent restaurant hidden behind a designer clothes shop on Brick Lane.
Every Wednesday they host a Dinner Club, with 30 seats around three tables, for “family style, get-to-know-your-neighbours dining”. I thought it would be fun to… Continue reading