Booking & Information

The Concept

The WhiteRoomSupperClub is hosted in a stylish apartment overlooking London. The idea is to give people the chance to enjoy good food and meet new people in a relaxed homely atmosphere. It should just feel like a dinner party with friends. Evenings are BYO and the suggested donation is £35. Please email for reservations.
The Supper Club is located minutes from the City and the Barbican and is also close to the tube and various bus routes.

The Food

You will be served seasonal 4 course menus at the WhiteRoom. The ingredients are as far as possible locally sourced, fish comes from Steve Hatt, meat from McKenna Meat and most of the fruit and veggies from the stalls at Chapel Market.
Although menus are posted, I can always cater for dietary requirements. Just ask when booking.

Private Dinners

Having a birthday coming up or a corporate occasion to celebrate? You can book the WhiteRoom for private dinners from 8 to 25 people. Just get in touch for further details.

WhiteRoomSupperClub@hotmail.co.uk

Tuesday, 5 June 2018

Summer Time - Party Time


Summer has arrived early this year - I hope you could all enjoy plenty of sunshine. Here at the WhiteRoom we had some amazing birthday and hen parties - and some networking events with a speaker and discussions are coming up soon. So if you planning anything and are looking for an affordable venue where you can bring you own alcohol. get in touch. I can host up to 25 guests.
On the Supper Club front, I had a spring event, with a lovely group of people who enjoyed interesting chats over the meal.
Upcoming this month is the Traditional White Asparagus Dinner, June 15th - as it is the end of the season, it will be the last chance to try the "Queen of Vegetables" this year.  
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See Menu and book for Asparagus Dinner

For July a classic British Summer dinner is on the menu - expect British Classics with a few Union Jacks thrown in.

See Menu and Book for Classic British Summer Dinner

That's for now - hope to see you in summer - otherwise enjoy your travels and come back hungry in autumn.

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