Have you ever felt judgement whilst opening an egg mayo sandwich on the Northern line? Been subjected to sarcastic comments for eating noisy crisps on the District line? Or been personally victimised for snacking on the Bakerloo line? Now you can have your cake and eat it too at London’s quirkiest supper club!
Basement Galley Underground Dining is hosting a pop-up restaurant in a decommissioned 1969 London underground carriage until 27th May. Expect fantastic food alongside the ultimate tube faux pas: conversation with strangers. Don’t worry though, if the thought of sharing a meal with strangers chills you to the bone you can reserve one of the two-person ‘VIP booths’ for a slightly less communal experience.
But this supper club doesn’t just exist to showcase its novelty venue; the four-course tasting menu Chef Alex Cooper has conjured up is a fine dining feast, paired with a rather impressive cocktail menu. You can also visit them for brunch.
All you need to do is mind the gap and climb on board! Book your seat here.
Feature Image: Giulia Mulé