The Underground Supper Club

London, England

Constructed in 1967 and used extensively on the London Underground Victoria Line, this carriage now sits within the Walthamstow Pumphouse Museum grounds. The carriage still kitted out in its original light blue and cream colour palate, complete with tube network maps, advertisements and original upholstered seats occasionally gets turned into a fine dinning experience. Forever changing and evolving, the four course delight, prepared by Chef Alex Cooper and Shiann Stuvier is a fusion of Scandinavian clean and crisp flavours served in a relaxed classic French Brasserie style.

My Journal: Click here to read about my experience at The Underground Supper Club on April 15th, 2016 

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To book tickets simply visit the Basement Galley website, where upcoming dates along with prices are shown. If dates are not currently shown, prices are around £62 per person for a 2-person private table and £46 per person for a shared table  - this includes a welcome drink and 1 bottle of wine to share.

 

The Underground Supper Club is located within the grounds of the Pump House Museum in Walthamstow (E17 8AN). Getting there couldn't be simpler with National Rail (Overground) trains running from Liverpool Street to St James Street station and London Underground (Victoria Line) trains running to Walthamstow Central from Victoria, Euston, St Pancras and Kings Cross. Both are just a short walk away from the Pump House Museum. 

Last updated: 01.12.2016