10 Heddon Street
10 Heddon Street, Mayfair, W1B 4BX; until October
Jamavar Women’s Club
Following the success of last year, Mayfair’s Jamavar is holding its ‘Women’s Club’ events at the restaurant this summer. This year the team will host individual evenings with BAFTA award-winning author and presenter Kirsty Wark, who has presented Newsnight for over 25 years, Bollywood actress Sonam Kapoor and gold medal Paralympian swimmer Liz Johnson. Started by Jamavar’s founder Samyukta Nair, the idea is to gather together inspirational women from an array of backgrounds to celebrate their talents, share stories, ideas and advice, as an antidote to the traditional ‘boy’s clubs’ of Mayfair. The ticketed event will see guests listening to a Q&A with the speaker, followed by a three course bespoke dinner designed by executive chef Surender Mohan. Trust us, the food is delicious.
8 Mount Street, Mayfair, W1K 2NF; 29th July, 5th August and 12th August
Quo Vadis & Friends
26-29 Dean Street, Soho, W1D 3LL
71 Blandford Street, Marylebone, W1U 8AB; 30th July-10th August
The Love Lost Speakeasy
Secret location near London Bridge, until 24th August
Allpress Espresso will be teaming up with some of the most respected names in food and drink this summer to mark its 30th birthday. Named Allpress Lates, the series is free to attend and will comprise of one-off weekend events showcasing old favourites and new creations from the likes of Mr Lyan Studio, Margot Henderson, Towpath Cafe, Claire Ptak, Bad Sports, Olia Hercules, Snackbar, Belles Hot Chicken, Wildflower, Three Sheets and Max’s Sandwich Shop. The line-up of guest chefs and mixologists will bring fun, creative events to the Allpress Dalston roastery garden, which will be open late into the evening for the first time.
55 Dalston Lane, Dalston, E8 2NG
Sauce Supper Club
Working with the best chefs in the country, Sauce Supper Club put on regular events designed to take its guests on a gastronomic journey. In August, the event will see MasterChef: The Professionals 2018 winner Laurence Henry cook alongside fellow finalists Oli Martin and Matthew Ryle in the National Theatre for a lively evening of fantastic food. The first evening sold out, so the team have added an additional date. The finalists will be showcasing a new seasonal menu at House Restaurant, which is located on the first floor of the NT.
National Theatre, Upper Ground, Lambeth, SE1 9PX; 9th August
Ace Hotel x Pit Magazine
This summer sees a rooftop female-led BBQ collaboration between Ace Hotel and independent live fire cooking title, Pit magazine. The collaboration will take the form of a series of events on Ace Hotel’s rooftop led by a stellar line-up of female chefs with a menu offering something for meat-eaters and vegans alike. on 28th July Romy Gill MBE will be cooking the likes of tamarind marinated beef ribs served with fennel, dill and apple salad and jackfruit marinated in tamarind, desiccated coconut, served with fennel, dill and apple salad. The final event will take place on 18th August with Mary San Pablo of Luto – the Filipino inspired supper club – who will be creating an original menu for the night.
100 Shoreditch High Street, Shoreditch, E1 6JQ; 28th July and 18th August
The Waterhouse Project
The Water House Project began in 2015 when Gabriel Waterhouse left Michelin-starred Galvin La Chapelle with the aim of making fine dining accessible. What began as a 14-seat supper club from his Bethnal Green home has now grown – The Waterhouse Project sees Gabriel and his team serve an eight-course monthly changing tasting menu inspired by the best of local produce sourced from the British Isles. The Water House Project has pioneered a new type of dining, 'social fine dining', bringing a social community element to what is often perceived as a 'stuffy' industry. Gabriel currently cooks his menu for 36 guests on Friday and Saturday evenings from tile and kitchen design studio Bert & May, close to Broadway Market.
67 Vyner Street, Hackney, E2 9DQ
At Fat Macy’s monthly supper clubs, guests are invited to join the team for three courses, where each menu is crafted by professional chefs and trainees. The company is a social enterprise, training and supporting young Londoners living in temporary accommodation, with the aim to help them move into their own homes. Menus are centred around training our aspiring chefs to serve delicious food with heart, using seasonal British produce where possible. In August, the team will be hosting a one-off meal art Dulwich Picture Gallery.
Gallery Road, Dulwich, SE21 7AD; 22nd August
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