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Secret Restaurant Cooks Others’ Recipes

Secret Restaurant Cooks Others’ Recipes

The Stolen Supper Club in London may not be the first place to offer diners high class meals at good value prices but they are is one of the few that openly borrows recipes from well-known establishments to serve its clientele.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK

The Stolen Supper Club in London may not be the first place to offer diners high class meals at good value prices but they are is one of the few that openly borrows recipes from well-known establishments to serve its clientele. Every Monday, this dining club hosts 15 guests in a secret location in Notting Hill. They are BYOB and guests pay a donation for the food. In a review for the Londonist, Chris Osborn says that he enjoyed fish cuisine in a cosy flat:

“[We] enjoyed this past Monday’s “fish menu” which offered a chance to taste Stolen’s take on Nobu, E&O, the Ivy and Marcus Waering. Our verdict was a resounding ‘more please’ as we were impressed not only with the food but equally with the ambiance. A candlelit conversation across the table with friendly folks from a variety of backgrounds and postcodes was most accommodating to the gorgeous courses of new style sashimi, chilli salt squid and Thai baked sea bass with fragrant rice. A peach and Champagne sorbet for dessert and a generous sampling of Akashi-Tai sake rounded out the experience nicely. The “fish menu” cost a suggested donation of £30 (excellent value for money considering portion size, presentation and flavour).”

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