Supper clubs are one of the best ways to experience London’s foodie scene without paying the restaurant prices. From eating at chefs’ houses to seven course tasting menus and dinner in train carriages, we’ve teamed up with Eatwith, the world’s largest community for food experiences with locals (they’re in over 130 countries) to bring you the top 11 supper clubs you need to know about this month. They’re also offering a rather nice 10% off when booking too, read on to find out how.

Chef’s Table by Eleven98 in Hackney

Chef Aidan Brooks (former Head Chef of Vanilla Black) will be hosting his flagship social fine dining experience, The Chef’s Table. Taking place in his Hackney apartment and with space for just twelve guests, this is how intimate supper clubs should be – like your friend is hosting a dinner party but with much better food…The evening begins with a cocktail before a six-course curated tasting menu where everything is cultivated, foraged, sourced or produced in Hackney.  Expect to find dishes such as glazed mussels with cod’s roe dashi and garden pickles; dark chocolate mascarpone mousse and artisanal cheeses with foraged apple compote, hawthorn jelly and Hackney honey-coated brazil nuts. We never thought we’d say it, but we really want to eat Hackney.

Next Supper Club: 21st March

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Alice in Wonderland by Pratap Chahal

Michelin-trained chef Pratap Chahal and his wife are inviting you into their Islington home and down the rabbit hole for a gastronomical adventure through Wonderland. They’re keeping things pretty secretive, but say it’s going to be ‘one hell of a multi-sensory dining experience’, ideal. Their supper clubs have already been given the thumbs up as one of the coolest around from many a reputable source so it’s definitely one not to miss. The menu includes the likes of Mock Turtle soup made from duck egg, cauliflower, corn and spiced chicken broth and the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party with bread, butter, tea and treacle and of course there’ll be a Drink Me gin potion.

Next Supper Clubs: 7th,  21st , 23rd and 30th March

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The Winchmore Hill Supper Club

Our horizons may be constantly expanding, but when it comes to eating we like to keep it local. Which is why Eatwith is championing the Winchmore Hill Supper Club, a quintessentially British supper club where the local community and can mingle, mix and indulge in a delicious meal prepared by Holly Ashdown. Holly studied hospitality and then went on to open some of London’s greatest restaurants with D&D, and is now Operations Manager for Eatwith in London. Food is Holly’s passion, and she’s happy to welcome all her guests around her table in North London for amazing food and stories!

Next Supper Club
: 30th March

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Dine on a Tube

Happy people on a tube. Unheard of right? Not if you’re in this tube carriage. Dine on a Tube is back, the supper club that serves up a four course Colombian menu in a reclaimed 1960 Victoria Line carriage. Forget about delays and no questionable night tube behaviour, instead sit down to the likes of confit leg of pork and roasted fillet of pork marinated in achiote and orange with broccoli puree, roasted cauliflower, and pickled red onion or cod marinated in yellow chilli and lime, red onion, green chilli, coriander.

Next Supper Club: 7th March

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The Waterhouse Project

In 2015 Gabriel Waterhouse left the grand surrounds of Michelin-starred Galvin La Chapelle with the aim of making fine dining accessible. He bought a table from Ikea and began welcoming diners into his modest Bethnal Green home for a more informal culinary experience. Since then The Water House Project has hosted thousands of hungry diners, another table was bought and now they are about to take up a 3-month residency at Bert & May a stunning tile and kitchen design warehouse close to Broadway Market. Get ready to work your way through seven courses of flamed mackerel, baked golden beetroots, lamb pastille and chilled chocolate fondant.

Next Supper Club: 21st March

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The Fabulous 698b!

The Fabulous 698b! is a supper club run by a power couple, Guillaume and Maja. Guillaume is a professional head-chef from Brittany, France, with over 12 years’ experience in various restaurants between France and London. With his partner Maja, the duo whips up a fantastically creative French inspired storm, and the star of their show, is undoubtedly their interactive dessert where it’s all laid bare in front of you along the length of the table.  Each supper club is set around a specific theme using the best of seasonal British products and this next supper club is a collaboration with ceramics gallery Thrown. Corresponding with an exhibition at the gallery, the supper club will start with an introduction to the exhibition and the six courses will all be served on ceramics made especially for the event. Dishes include Cornish mackerel; glazed pulled beef feather blade and the pudding is said to be more than just a rhubarb Eton mess.

Next Supper Club: 8th March

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… But First Brunch! at The Little Blue Door

Detox or Retox? Who cares… Join the flatmates (who will still be in dressing gowns) for a daytime party of bottomless prosecco, indulgent feasting and great vibes. From piles of toast to poached eggs and, from Bloody Marys to killer brekkie cocktails- everything is on point to get you swinging into Saturday evening…

They’ve even created London’s biggest pancake platter with every topping Willie Wonka could ever dream up…. The flatmates are yet to finish one- so bring a large group if you’re up for the challenge- or just settle in for our silver sharing trays with every imaginable brunch treat.

Next Brunch Club: 9th March

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Fit Brunch with Chef Patrick D’Andrea

Chef Patrick d’Andrea has cooked around the world, from the Excelsior Hotel in Florence, to the Cipriani Rainbow Room in NYC and has cooked for the likes of Naomi Campbell and Leonardo DiCaprio and now he is hosting a brunch where nutrition is the focus.

His Fit Brunch takes place in a beautiful converted leather factory in London Bridge with a stunning view of the Shard. After a 30 minute  Hypopressive method fitness class, you’ll be served a delicious healthy meal with dishes such as a power morning bowl in green yogurt mousse, chia coconut pudding, pomegranate seeds and nuts in the perfect setting that is his home.

Next Brunch Club: 10th March

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Eleven98 Pops Up at Hackney Coffee Co.

Aidan Brooks will also be down at Hackney Coffee Co this month. The beautiful space marries warehouse industrial vibes with nature, think wild, creeping plants. Take a seat at the communal table and for a six-course dinner which has been foraged and sourced in Hackney. Dishes will include the likes of quack and cherries, charred brassicas and dark chocolate mascarpone mousse followed by chocolate truffles with porcini and truffle oil.

Next Supper Club:  29th March

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Authentic Puglia & Fusion Supper Club

With more than ten years’ experience in catering, from traditional Italian cuisine to fine dining, Michele is a professional pastry chef with a passion for travelling, which took him to discover the most diverse gastronomic cultures around the world. His knowledge, combined with the opportunity of exploring a wide variety of ingredients in London, allows him to host and surprise his guests with a truly experimental fusion cuisine. Michele has worked in gourmet restaurants in Italy and Australia, participated in several national and international patisserie contests and was awarded with a €3000 prize for the Eurovo 2012 Competition for his original creation ‘Revised tiramisu’.

Next Supper Club: Dates available by request

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The Murdér Express

Championing the golden age of travel when people took train journeys for pleasure, fares probably weren’t so hideous you need to try and get your hands on a rare railcard and they served more than just lukewarm tea and chocolate, The Murdér Express is an immersive experience which will transport you back to the 19th century. Visit the Seven Sins Bar as your luggage is packed for a pre-trip cocktails and then get ready to board the elegant dining car on The Murdér Express. As you sit down to a four-course menu designed by MasterChef 2016 winner Jane Devonshire, you can watch the countryside fly past and meet characters such as wheeler dealer, Frank an East End Costermonger, Tilly a musical hall star, Judy who is finally going on a train and a lovestruck waiter. They say that there has never been a murder on The Murdér Express but there’s a first time for everything…

Next Supper Club: 6th March

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If the thought of eating all that food in the unique locations isn’t enough of a reason to get booking then Eatwith are also offering 10% off any booking worth £80 or more with the discount code ‘HANDBOOK’ when booking through Eatwith.