Returning to East Village this May and brought to you by Get Living, the latest series of Supper Clubs promises to nourish the mind, body and soul by offering individually curated menus peppered with inspiring talks in-between courses.
The Food for Thought series will launch on Wednesday 8 May with Fish House playing host to award-winning stand-up .
The multi-talented musician and writer will be exploring the 'supernatural' while diners delve into a menu of buttermilk fried chicken, South American and Mexican side dishes washed down with cold beer.
Tickets are available from 25 pound per person via Eventbrite. For the full menu and to book click here.
Also giving us Food for Thought next month is Santi who will be serving up the very definition of 'happiness' - a five-course menu of traditional Italian dishes. Throughout the evening British philosopher Nigel Warburton will be talking about the science behind our smiles on Wednesday 15 May.
The academic and host of "Philosophy Bites" podcast will share his musings while guests enjoy freshly prepared Focaccia con Burrata, Timballo di riso - porcini mushroom risotto with truffle paste, Triglia in salsa - fresh mullet fillet served on a cream of broccoli and citrus fruits, and Arancia Caramellata - caramelised fresh Sicilian oranges.
Tickets include a glass of prosecco and a glass of house wine (red/white) from 20 pound per person, click here.
Later in May Darkhorse will be partnering with Waterkloof and bringing in a sommelier to share their wine expertise. Then Appetite will be teaming up with comedian and presenter Sarah Campbell for an evening all about 'love.' Further details to follow!
Fish House and Andrew O'Neill on the Supernatural
Wednesday 8 May
Santi and Nigel Warburton on Happiness
Wednesday 15 May
Darkhorse and Waterkloof on Wine
Wednesday 22 May
Appetite and Sarah Campbell on Love
Wednesday 29 May