One day when Dan and I are looking fondly back on our years in London we’ll say, “Remember that time we ate dinner in an old tube carriage?”
This is where The Underground Supper Club comes in. Last month, we joined some friends for a beautiful spring evening in Walthamstow aboard a decommissioned 1967 Victoria Line tube carriage at the Pump House Museum for a delicious four-course tasting menu, courtesy of Le Cordon Bleu chef Alex Cooper, along with a special evening of whisky pairings and tasting lessons courtesy of Felipe Schrieberg from the Edinburgh-based Whisky Business.
Inspired by the flavors of Scandinavia with a new menu for every month, we dined on a perfect April spring menu showcasing bright colors and fresh flavors:
In addition to their special whisky dinners, The Underground Supper Club also hosts regular supper clubs as well as guest chef nights. There is an on-site bar serving up ciders, wine, spirits, and complimentary cocktails upon arrival. When you walk past what appears to be a junkyard for broken down public transport and wonder where in the world CityMapper has directed you to, you’ll know you are in the right spot. If not, one of the staff will flag you down!