The hyped food events in London you don’t want to miss

The hottest supper clubs, events and residencies sweeping London’s restaurants right now

It can be hard enough hitting all the restaurants on your must-visit-in-London list, but getting to all the food-related events? Near impossible. The city’s chefs, restaurateurs, cocktail pros and wine buffs are always cooking something up, whether it’s a one-off collaborative menu or a long-running kitchen takeover, and you’ve usually gotta act fast to be in attendance. And it’s not just restaurants, there are countless supper clubs in the capital, often run by chefs as a supplement to the day job, where you’ll find some of the most exciting menus in the city – you might find them flying just under your radar.

So how do you start filling your diary? The answers are in this guide, where we regularly collect all the latest and greatest food events in the city and drop them here. Gone are the days of hoping you stumble across an announcement on IG – this roundup is all you need to make sure you’ve killer bookings coming up.

Tuesdays with Papi

Every Tuesday, London Fields joint Papi is serving up a special menu, the concept of which will change regularly. For now, it’s all about Pet Nat and fried chicken – it’s probably the best thing you will go to on a Tuesday in London this spring.

Every Tuesday
Unit 1F, 373 Mentmore Terrace, London E8 3DQ

Ling Ling’s Residency at Bambi

For the next instalment of Bambi and Friends, the team is bringing out the big guns with a weekly Sunday takeover by Jenny Phung of Ling Ling’s. We’ve been told to expect dishes like poached king prawns, chicken & water chestnut wontons, doubanjiang mushrooms, hummus & crackers, and corn-fed chicken glass noodles salad, and for bookings to go fast – so don’t hang about.

Every Sunday
1 Westgate Street, London E8 3RL

Moshi Moshi Presents Slow Food

London’s oldest conveyor belt sushi spot, Moshi Moshi, is celebrating its 30th birthday with a series of guest chef events. For their next event, they’re bringing chef and host of the award-winning podcast The Full English Lewis Bassett on board for a menu that celebrates slow food.

Wed 26th June 2024
Liverpool Street, London EC2M 7PY

The Parakeet x Bouchon Racine

Two of London’s hottest restaurants will be joining forces this June for a one-off, nine-course dinner. Chefs Ben Allen and Henry Harris will be fusing their distinct cooking styles to create an exciting new menu, priced at £85 per head, and all profits made from the evening will be evenly split and donated to Medical Aid for Palestinians and suicide prevention charity Papyrus.

Wed 26th June 2024
The Parakeet, 256 Kentish Town Road, London NW5 2EN

Amélie’s Belgian Foods at Italo

Italo in Vauxhall is hosting another supper club in June and it’s gonna be a celebration of all things Belgian. Host Amélie, who works at Village Underground but has been cooking at other London events and hosting people in her flat, is taking over with a Belgian menu including meatballs in tomato sauce with chips and speculoos ice cream sandwiches.

Thurs 27th June 2024
13 Bonnington Square, London SW8 1TE

Johnny Boy’s at Snackbar

Johnny Boy’s is an homage to neighbourhood Southern California joints from the same team behind vegan Chinese spot Facing Heaven and the concept will be popping up at Dalston’s Snackbar this June. There’ll be a menu of West Coast-inspired plates, including burgers, a ‘chicken dinner’, cobb salads and breakfast burritos.

Sat 29th & Sun 30th June 2024
20 Dalston Lane, London E8 3AZ

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