Forget BYOB, This London Supper Club Wants You To Bring Your Own Plate!

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We’ve had Bring Your Own Booze and that was great but what if you got to enjoy a Michelin star-worthy 3 course meal with Champagne? The only catch is you have to Bring Your Own Plate. Yes, you heard us correctly.

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La Belle Assiette is hosting a supper club like no other, as diners have to bring their own plate to determine what kind of meal they’re going to have! Think carefully and don’t bring along an old cracked number (I mean, you can if you want) as the plate’s colour, texture, glaze and shape will all have an influence on what kind of dining experience you’ll get.

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La Belle Assiette actually translates as “the beautiful plate” in French so get those camera lenses at the ready. Some of the UK’s top chefs will be creating some seriously stunning plates of food and these guys claim that they can make any piece of crockery into a culinary masterpiece. So get thinking … and maybe make that trip to Ikea or Anthropologie after all.

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And of course, along with the perfect plate comes the perfect glass so expect a selection of top quality Nicolas Feuillatte Champagnes, which will have been perfectly paired with your plate of food. Sounds yummy so get your ass(iette) down there!

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This bespoke dining experience starts from £20 and also caters to dietary requirements. Tickets available to purchase here.

L’Atelier des Chefs, 19 Wigmore Street, Marylebone, London, W1U 1 PH

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