Great post on the up and coming Midlands Supper Club scene!
Originally posted on midlandsgourmetgirl:
When I told friends that I’ve been researching Supper Clubs, their responses ranged from intrigue at trying something new, to trepidation of dining at a secret location with strangers.
Historically born out of out of paladares of Cuba, cities including London, New York and Amsterdam were quick to popularise the idea of Supper Clubs. As a pop-up dining experience that caters for individual tastes, Supper Clubs have evolved as an alternative to ordinary restaurants or stuffy dinner parties. With a recent survey by YouGov revealing that 40% of us now think that dinner parties are too expensive, time-consuming and stressful to bother with, Supper Clubs are most definitely here to stay.
I am lucky enough to have a great Supper Club close by in Warwickshire. Inspired by the idea of sharing good food, every month Alex and Sara Chambers throw open the doors of their home for the Squisito Supper Club. As owners of Squisito Deli, the couple extend their love of Italian cuisine to foodies who join them for a five course meal.