Supper clubs are big news in London and more and more are popping up on the scene every month. They give people the chance to try some of the amazing food London has to offer, at the same time as offering a unique experience. Anything from eating while Shakespeare is being performed, to dining in an… Read More »
Supper clubs are big news in London and more and more are popping up on the scene every month.
They give people the chance to try some of the amazing food London has to offer, at the same time as offering a unique experience. Anything from eating while Shakespeare is being performed, to dining in an underground tube carriage. Even simpler than that, you can even experience home cooking at its best and be invited and cooked for in someone else’s flat.
London is pretty high on the list of the most fascinating, tasty and experimental supper clubs in the world; and today we’re with The White Asparagus at The Pill Box Kitchen.
Chef Sebastian Delamothe of The White Asparagus has worked at some top places around the world including 3-star Michelin restaurants, and as a resident chef on super yachts for the super rich.
His ideas on cooking are based around sustainable, seasonal and delicious food that has been sourced and foraged locally. Which is exactly what we experienced this particular evening.
Arriving at this quirky venue, you get the chance to sit down and mix with people you’ve never met before who evidently share your love for food and an exciting culinary experience.
Over a glass of something red or white, of course.
Starting off with creamy goats yogurt, poached spring onion, flaked almonds, croutons and carob syrup.
A gorgeous combination of crunchy and smooth, sweet and savory.
Wild garlic cacio e pepe, with the garlic foraged from Londons Hampstead Heath.
Some powerful, tasty garlic it was too.
A main of roast pollock, new potatoes, spring vegetables and beurre blanc.
…and THE most delicious ginger parkin cake with lemon posset and a creamy malt ice-cream.
If this sounds like something you’d like to get involved with there are loads of supper clubs happening all over London, and probably all over the UK, and actually all over the world.
Whether it’s experiencing local produce at its best like this one, or eating while staring at a naked life art model (Yes, it does exist) there’s something to suit everyone.