If you’ve left it too late to jump onboard our crazy Christmas evening events sledge don’t panic! Click on the sledge lady to find out how you can join us for Christmas Brunching and Lunching or how you might still might be able to bag a table in the evening.
As we embarked on our six week autumn holiday, we have to say we were all feeling pretty pleased with ourselves down at the Club. We closed our doors at the end of September at the end of an impossibly sunny, bustling, outdoorsy summer, we’d earned a rest – but first, a big cheers to you lot, the guests who’ve made the Club such a fab place to be in Summer 2018.
Our talented chef Melvin has been with the Club for a few years now, serving up a wide range of amazing international dishes inspired by his extensive travels. Through the summer, he’ll be bringing the flavours of his beloved Zanzibar to the table, with an informal street food twist. Find out more about our amazing StrEAT at the Club events here.
We’ve recently launched our exciting fortnightly StrEAT nights, serving up summertime street food loveliness in our gorgeous garden. Every two weeks, we’ll be treating you to a choice of Zanzibari and Greek offerings in the Club’s unique style. Find out more about our Greek strEAT and Simon’s menu.
This summer, we’re planning something really exciting, and we’re keen to share it with you. On fortnightly Thursday nights starting from 21st June, you’ll be able to join us at the Club for some (hopefully) alfresco drinks and eats from our Kitchen teams travels. Our lovely garden has had a bit of a re-jig, and it’s waiting to welcome you all! Pull up a beanbag, lounge on blankets on the grass as you enjoy a cocktail – or jump straight on to one of our tables on the terrace or patio to tuck in. We’ll be firing up the grill and cooking up a storm, offering the best flavours from Greece and Zanzibar.
There’s nothing more lovely than to sit outside and enjoy fresh food and cold drinks with friends in the summertime. Here we take a peek at the surprisingly humble roots of alfresco dining, and share the UK’s best and most unusual spots.
We thought you might like our reading recommendation. Jon McGregor’s latest, award winning book, Reservoir 13, is set in a fictional Derbyshire village near a reservoir with a limestone crag from which you can see a cement works. Is this sounding like anywhere you’re familiar with?
We are having an inspiration pause in October and early November. We’re recharging the batteries and indulging our passion for food experiences that might influence our future menus. How selfless is that. Click on the photo to find out more.