Supperclub.tube is as summer pop-up held in a vintage Victoria Line carriage, and it sounds a lot nicer than most of the food consuming experiences on the Underground.
Fear not, you won’t be trundling along towards the end of the line, as the 1967 carriage is stationed at the Walthamstow Pumphouse Museum.
The summer pop up sees the carriage transform into a fully functioning 35-cover restaurant, complete with all the bells and whistles as a fine-dining restaurant, while retaining the carriage’s nostalgic charm.
With one sitting in an evening, the supper club is a six-course Latin American-inspired menu from chef Beatriz Maldonado Carreno.
The Colombian chef will take her homeland’s culinary culture and work with British seasonal produce to create dishes such as frijoles con arepa (beans in a traditional maize flat bread), tiradito de merluza (a cured hake dish), asado (barbecued pork loin and beef rump rubbed in chimichurri) and postra barracho – a heavenly sounding dessert of amaretto and rum soaked sponge with almond custard and praline and mora compote and mousse.
Alongside this, South American wines (and cocktails) will be available to quaff and to set the nostalgic mood, jazz will play in the background.
Supperclub.tube is open from Thursday to Saturday, and is currently taking bookings from Thursday, August 24 to November.
The nightly seating is at 7pm and for six-courses, it’s £67. Vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free menus are available on request.
Various seating arrangements are available, including a large communal table and more intimate private tables.
Tickets are available through the website.
Address: Walthamstow Pumphouse Museum, South Access Road, Walthamstow E17 8AX
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This notice was published: 2023-08-08 17:36:32
Times Series, The News from the London borough of Barnet, and Borehamwood & Elstree.