Category Archive: Supper Clubs & Pop-ups

NYONYA SUPPER CLUB |X| SAMBAL SHIOK – NASI KERABU NIGHTS!

For 2 Saturdays only on July 22nd & August 5th, I will be joining forces with my dear friend & fellow Malaysian chef Mandy Yin (@SambalShiok) to bring Nasi Kerabu to London! We will be popping… Continue reading

Nyonya Supper Club |X| Peranakan Palace

For 2 nights only this September 8th & 9th, I will be joining forces with my dear friend & fellow Peranakan chef, Jason Ng (@FeastToTheWorld) to host a special collaboration Supper Club in E15. Expect 10… Continue reading

Banquet X Nyonya Supper Club Collaboration!

I’m very excited to announce that I’ll be collaborating with the folks at Banquet to host a 28-seater Supper Club at their secret studio location in SW6 (closest stations Imperial Wharf overground / Parsons… Continue reading

My Malaysian Nyonya Supper Club: The Debut

After months of plotting, recipe testing and serial hoarding of tableware & Nyonya Batik, the day finally came for the debut of my Malaysian Nyonya Supper Club in London. This Supper Club has… Continue reading

Ferdies Food Lab: eclectic flavours and a touch of the molecular at the Toynbee’s Grade II listed Banquet Hall

Co-founder of the once much-lauded Fernandez & Leluu Supper Club, Simon Fernandez was one of the early pioneers of what is now a thriving supper club movement in London. More recently though, Simon… Continue reading

12 dishes which made my 2012

10 Countries. 20 different cities and towns. A heck of a lot of eating. 2012 has easily been one of the best, most memorable years since I started up this blog. And of course,… Continue reading

Stripped Back: a Tasting Menu in a playground

So there we were, tucking into a 6-course Tasting menu… the food being plated up, some of the most inventive and intriguing we’ve had all year. Only, we weren’t in some chic restaurant… Continue reading

plusixfive supperclub: care for a spot of Fish Head Curry and Milo Dinosaur?

Named after Singapore’s international dial-code, plusixfive is the brainchild of Goz. Lawyer-by-day. Self-taught-chef. And founder of London’s only underground supperclub seeking to put Singaporean food firmly on the map. Many regard Goz to be… Continue reading

Japanese Home Cooking Supper Club by Luiz (@TheLondonFoodie)

Despite blogging for a couple of years now, I’d never really explored London’s Supper Club movement until earlier this year. The difficulty in getting myself to commit several weeks in advance to dining… Continue reading