Dine on summery delights in a delightful, sun-soaked garden. Head to the rooftops with six MasterChef finalists and enjoy a 7-course tasting menu courtesy of a three times Michelin starred chef. Here are some of the best supper clubs in August…
The Water House Project
67 Vyner street E2 9DQ (Bethnal Green)
A supper club and private dining experience based in Bethnal Green, East London. It is the creation of chef Gabriel Waterhouse formerly of 1 Michelin stared Galvin La Chapelle and three times Michelin stared chef Herber Berger at Innholders Hall. Gabriel uses local seasonal ingredients bringing fine dining to a more informal relaxed environment. There are 2 shared tables that accommodate up to 28 guests. Guests will experience a seasonal 7-course tasting menu which changes monthly. Each dish is paired with a glass of wine by sommelier Renato Ferreira.
The Jam Shed Supper Club
Royal Festival Hall, St Paul’s Roof Pavilion, Level 6, Blue Side
Join six MasterChef finalists for some gastronomic magic at this new rooftop event at the Southbank Centre. With spectacular London views of The Thames, St Paul’s and Tower Bridge as the ultimate dining backdrop, this is an opportunity to taste the culinary creations by some of Britain’s best up-and-coming world-class chefs in a unique way. Communal tables provide a fun-filled dining experience as guests come together with sharing dishes and small plates which will be matched with the fruit-filled flavours of Jam Shed Shiraz, amongst other beverages. A selection of inspired wine-based cocktails will be available including pre-dinner aperitifs on an outside terrace space; perfect for a summery sundowner.
Three Girls Cook… a summer garden party at Brother Marcus
9 Chestnut Grove SW12 8JA (Balham)
Join three Masterchef Finalists Alison, Lorna and Giovanna, at Balham’s favourite garden café and supperclub haunt. The supper will take place both inside and out in the garden under the softly twinkling fairy lights on long sharing style tables decorated with an abundance of flowers and candles. Guests will be welcomed with a kombucha cocktail and some garden snacks followed by a sweet and juicy British tomato crostini with whipped ricotta and herbs. Next will be a family sharing style summer herb frittata accompanied by an array of vibrant and bright-coloured summer salads. For the classic British dessert with a twist, the girls will create their take on strawberries and cream using Jersey yoghurt to make homemade ice cream served with strawberries and mint in English sparkling wine.
Hettie is the editor and co-founder of DOSE. A keen runner, she’s also partial to a blast of high-intensity and hot yoga. A country girl at heart, she divides her time between London and the lush rolling hills of North Devon. When she’s not jetting off on her next adventure, Hettie can be found in a candle-lit alcove with a laptop, a spaniel and a full bodied Malbec.