JANUARY HOT LIST – our pick of the best supper clubs to gather and enjoy great dishes prepared for you by local foodies in and around Bath #GoodLifeBath
While not a new dining phenomenon, supper clubs are on the up. Fuelled by social media and our thirst for authentic and meaningful encounters, gathering at a table with kindred spirits to share a bowl of something delicious, wholesome and local is a great way to start the year.
Best described as a cross between a dinner party and informal restaurant, pop-ups, secret supper clubs, or for the more intellectually provocative, underground dining experiences are a great way to make new friends and share stories in intimate and relaxed surroundings while enjoying great food without the fancy price tag. Who’s in?
Noya’s Kitchen | Bath
Noya serves freshly prepared Vietnamese food from her boutique venue in central Bath. A relaxed and informal dining experience she serves five, beautifully balanced dishes each prepared with love and attention. Friends have recently raved about Noya’s Kitchen so we are planning to check it. You can find out more and book here.
Always Sunday House | Bathwick Hill
Always Sunday House is the beautiful Georgian home of local artist Lexi Learmond and her family. Opening her door to the open-minded, Lexi invites you into Always Sunday House hosts for events, workshops and her exciting monthly supper clubs. Featuring new chefs and creative collaborators from all backgrounds, you’ll be treated to exclusive evening of inclusivity! For more details you can visit the website here.
Good Bear Café | Bear Flat
A favourite haunt for breakfast, the Good Bear Café in Bear Flat has recently enjoyed a facelift and we love it! Being Italian, owner Mauro knows a thing or two about coffee, so do pop in if you are passing by. He has joined forces with local Masterchef Ping Coombes to host the Makan Supper Clubs and has plans for a Sardinian Pop Up later in the year. For more information, either pop in and sign up to The Good Bear Café newsletter or e-mail Pings Pantry via her website here.
The Second Breakfast Club | Bath
For those early risers a hearty 5 course brunch may be more your thing. The Second Breakfast Club is a monthly pop up hosted by foodies Bella & Connor at The Curfew, Cleveland Place. Cooking with honestly sources local ingredients they serve up their unique take on the most important meal of the day. Next sitting is Sunday 17th February
Castle Farm Café | Midford
Nestled in the rolling hills over Midford, on a charming organic farm, the barn sits alongside its own allotment and enjoys far reaching views along the Midford Valley. Every Saturday, chef Pravin treats guests seated at the shared trestle tables to an informal six course set menu. This month he takes inspiration from China as we prepare to welcome in the Chinese New Year. While their website is undergoing a refresh, check out their instagram account for more details.
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