All aboard! Supperclub.tube have created a one of a kind dining experience aboard a vintage London tube carriage for a train journey like no other. Aboard a vintage 1967 Victoria Line carriage you can enjoy a seasonally evolving six course meal with carefully selected wines and bespoke cocktails to complement each dish.
Head chef Beatriz Maldonado Carreno wants to take guests on a culinary adventure inspired by her homeland, Colombia, on a stationary tube carriage based in Walthamstow Pumphouse Museum. The carriages combines vintage charm with contemporary elegance, complete with TFL’s iconic Moquette soft furnishings, dimmed lighting, and soothing sounds of jazz. Tables are laid with white linen cloths, fine silverware, and wine glasses – this is the tube like you’ve never seen it.
The six course tasting menu brings together culinary traditions from Colombia along with British cooking techniques and seasonal produce to create a meal as unforgettable as the venue. Starters include Frijoles con Arepa, which is followed by main courses such as Tiradito de Merluza, and a succulent Asado with vegan and vegetarian options also available. An enticing dessert is served to finish off the meal, Postre Barracho is an amaretto and rum-soaked sponge with almond custard, mora compote, almond praline, and mora mousse that you’ll want to leave room for. This will certainly top any late night meal bought from the chippy on the way home.
In this tube carriage everyone gets a seat, as there’s inclusive seating options which include a large communal table and more intimate private tables to suit any and every occasion. As the UK’s only dine-in tube carriage, this dining experience will be an evening like no other – although it may be tough to get accustomed to normal tube life again.
Supperclub.tube is open weekly from Thursday to Saturday with prices starting from £67 per person. For more information, head to their official website here.