The classic "Underground Supper Club" experience on the Tube!!This event is the perfect combo of food and fun: get ready for the Underground Supper Club experience in a decommissioned 1967 London Underground carriage. Enjoy a flavour-packed four-course tasting menu in one of London's most unique venues. Expect clean and crisp Scandinavian flavour presented in a relaxed French Brasserie style. On top, every guest will receive a complimentary cocktail on arrival and the bar stocked with niche, single estate wines as well as great beers, cider and soft drinks. have a bar offering wine, beer and soft drinks throughout the night.
Basement Galley Head Chef Alex Cooper is a graduate of the Le Cordon Bleu School, Paris, training under some of France’s top chefs. He has worked at the AA-Rosette winning Rufflets Hotel in Scotland, two Michelin Star Sketch on Conduit Street, was consultant chef at the brand new restaurant startup in Clapton and now works as a private chef all over the capital. Alex is joined by Chef Shiann Stuiver having previously worked at Michelin-starred Soho’s Pollen Street Social and Plateau in Canary Wharf.
Do you cater for dietary requirements? Yes. There is a section for that when you buy your ticket. Basement Galley can cater for most religious or allergy requirements as long as we know in advance; otherwise we won't be able to cater for you on the night.
Does the tube carriage move? Sadly not. Even though the photos might suggest otherwise, the decommissioned 1967 Victoria Line carriage is completely stationary at the Pump House Museum in Walthamstow.
Ticket includes a welcome drink and four-course meal.
Doors open: 6:30pm. Dinner is at 7:15pm. Night ends: approx 10pm. The ticket purchaser is responsible for making Basement Galley Limited, the event organiser, aware of any dietary requirements at least 1 week before the event. Please do this via e-mail to 'firstname.lastname@example.org'.
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