The G&G Monthly Supper Club is a feast from my veg patch on the last Friday of every month (give or take) in Chipping Norton.
HOW IT WORKS
On the last Friday of every month, give or take, I will be popping up in the historic market town of Chipping Norton at 24 High St (which, by day, is The Tea Set Cafe).
Every month I’ll serve a 4-course seasonal feast to celebrate the very finest harvests from my organic veg patch.
If you’ve never been to a supper club before, the idea is that everyone arrives at the same time and eats the same menu – more like a big dinner party than a restaurant. I’ll talk a bit about the food before we eat too – how it’s organically grown and cooked – so you’ll leave well fed and a bit cleverer too.
Tickets are £50 and include a welcome cocktail. After that it’s BYO.
Or buy someone a gift voucher which they can redeem for a seat at the feasting table. Vouchers can be gift wrapped and posted (first class) or emailed as a PDF and contain a unique pre-paid code which will allow the recipient to book on a date of their choice in 2020.
A BIT MORE DETAIL
Guests will be welcomed with a seasonal cocktail and nibbles at 7:30pm.
At around 8ish, we’ll sit down at the communal table to a feast piled high on sharing platters in the middle of the table and full of vibrant colours and flavours. (If you’ve booked as a group you’ll be sat together on the communal table – just the right balance of new folk and pals.)
For more details about the evening have a look the booking pages on eventbrite.
It’s not vegetarian, but veg tend to take centre stage, supported by the fabulous seasonal produce from organic makers, growers and farmers here in the Cotswolds.
The menu will be announced a few weeks before each supper club, mainly because it’s totally dependant on what grows in the patch. You’ll be able to see the menu on the online booking pages.
Here are some snaps (by John Blackwell) from past supper clubs to give you an idea of the evening:
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