You need to attend these vegan supper clubs


You need to attend these vegan supper clubs


I am a BIG fan of vegan supper clubs, any opportunity to try out some tasty plant-based food and I’m there!

What I love most about supper clubs is that you get to explore food that you may not have tried before and you can support a chef who is trying to get their name out there.

It isn’t just about the food though, it is also about the experience and the vibe. These vegan supper club events are normally full of likeminded people who are ready for a great evening full of incredible food.

I know a thing or two about vegan supper clubs because I used to host them myself. So I can assure you you’ll be in for a treat if you try out one of these vegan supper club events. Have a browse and click on the link to book yourself a spot using EatWith, the awesome culinary experience booking platform. The best bit, you can either book to attend one of their events with other people or you can book a private event.

vegan food from the silk road vegan supper club
Photo credit: Jon Villar

Silk Road Vegan Supper Club

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Expect to discover flavour combinations you’ve never tried before with this Silk Road influenced vegan supper club brought to you by professional chef, Jon Villar.

This vegan supper club comprises 9 courses of Eurasian fusion dishes using an array of incredible looking and sounding ingredients.

Here are some of the dishes you can expect to be eating at this vegan supper club:

  • Banana blossom ceviche, coconut cream, chilli and ginger
  • Roasted breadfruit baharat, lahoh yemeni bread, okra tempura, plantain, raita and grated coconut
  • Eggless pavlova, roasted dates and figs, goji berries custard, sumac sorbet

If your mouth isn’t already salivating looking at those dishes then you need to give your tastebuds a good talking to.

host and guest at a vegan african supper club You need to attend these vegan supper clubs
Photo credit: Chef Afia

African Vegan Supper Club

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Chef Afia, originally from Ghana, brings vibrant and mouth-wateringly tasty vegan African food to Los Angeles.

She hosts the vegan supper club in her home and transports you to Africa with Moroccan lanterns, African music, and decorations.

The dishes you’ll be eating include some of her own family recipes so you won’t want to miss out on these:

  • Injera bread, split pea, lentils and kale cooked with Berbere spice
  • Mahshi Kromb Egyptian fermented and stuffed cabbage
  • Vegan tagine with chickpea, eggplant, olives, dry lime, and more.

Well known for being an inviting and friendly host, you’ll definitely enjoy dining with Chef Afia.

vegan fine dining chef hosting a vegan supper clubs with guests around a table
Photo credit: E3 Vegan

Fine Dining Vegan Supper Club

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Brought to you by ex Vanilla Black head chef, Marc Joseph, this vegan fine dining supper club will show you just how amazing plant-based food is.

You’ll get to enjoy his experiments with flavour combinations, textures and colours. You’ll struggle to find places to experience the experiments of a vegan fine dining chef anywhere else. This is the real beauty of supper clubs!

Some of the courses from the 7 course supper club include the likes of:

  • Foraged wild garlic focaccia with olive oil and balsamic vinegar
  • Panelle with ajvar, tahini and pickled green tomatoes
  • Burnt strawberry and white balsamic gel, mahalabi, macerated strawberries and aquafaba meringue

This is the perfect menu and setting for a lovely summers evening thanks to their hidden East London garden and their selection of vegan wines.

guests sitting around a table at a vegan indian supper club
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Vegan India Supper Club

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This vegan Indian supper club is a good example of a home cook utilising this platform to showcase their skills and their family traditions. The cook, Mav, is passionate about Indian food and is inspired specifically by his Gujarati heritage.

He likes to create traditional dishes made organic and vegan, as well as occasionally mixing it up with some fusion food.

Some of these hearty homecooked dishes include:

  • Gujarati bhel, asparagus and wild garlic bhajia
  • Poori, channa masala and beetroot fry
  • Indian eton mess

This homestyle vegan supper club is sure to leave you with a happy stomach thanks to their warming food and friendly atmosphere.

Lucy Johnson

Lucy Johnson

One half of the Vegan Sisters, she is the Founder of SHiDO, a vegan digital marketing agency. She is an avid cook, sharing her recipes on Edible Ethics vegan food blog.

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