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Keeping London Creative with Somewhereto_

Supper club chef looking for a cool new venues? Or hungry diner with an interest in cool London stories and social enterprises? We’d  love to introduce you to somewhereto_ which connects young people with free space around London for their creative pursuits. Every time you book a space through somewhereto_ a portion of the booking goes towards funding the program. We talk to Joe from somewhereto_ to find out a little more about the scheme….   First…

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Once Upon a Time… Grub Club met The Literary Hour!

Snozzcumber palette cleansers and Willie Wonka’s Whipple-Scrumptious Fudgemallow Delight…. The Literary Hour attracted our attention right from their first event with their fun menu themes and out-of-this-world edible creations! Taking on a different childhood book for each of their event series, they’ve served up three course dinner chewing gum to Roald Dahl lovers and let fairy tale fans smash up gingerbread houses at their dining room table. With their next series looming, we figured it was…

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Behind the Scenes with the Syrian Supper Club

Delicious food, unique venues, and an inspiring aim.. Syrian Supper Club is one of our all-time favourite supper clubs so it’s about time that we put them in the limelight and found out a little more about their story! What started as a supper at the kitchen table of a London home has grown to 75 dinners, 2500 guests and whole host of locations around the world, from Singapore to Washington D.C. But, we’ll start…

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Kitchen Theory Talk Inspirations and Food Geekery

Self-proclaimed food geeks Kitchen Theory don’t like to sit still! Fresh from their amazing run of dinners exploring the theme of ‘Synesthesia’ (a neurological phenomena in which stimulation of one sense or cognitive pathway leads to automatic, involuntary experiences in a second), they’re back with a new run of sensory dining experiences titled Sensualità. We chat to them about their journey and the inspirations behind their experimental dishes… What first attracted you to set up a…

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A Bloody Good Interview with the Bloody Brunch Club!

Here at Grub Club HQ we bloody love a bloody good brunch with a lovely Bloody Mary on the side! Which is making our new hosts, Matt and Chris from The Bloody Brunch Club, looking like a very good option right about now. Bringing cool party vibes to a hidden gem of a venue in Hackney, they partner with Sunny D’Silva (a chefs with years of experience working alongside Gordon Ramsey!), for slap-up brunches to get…

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Juma: The Best Cuisine You’ve Never Eaten.

Head out for bite to eat this evening and you might be thinking Chinese, Japanese, maybe Italian… but why not Iraqi?! Criminally under-represented in London’s restaurant scene, you might never have seen Iraqi cuisine, let alone tasted it. However, Philip Juma might just be the man to change all this. The English-Irish-Iraqi chef who has worked in Michelin-star restaurants, such as Gordon Ramsey’s Maze, is on a mission to take Iraqi cuisine to a whole new level.…

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