Social dining goes underground at London’s most unique supperclub

Now that England’s social restrictions have lifted, friends, family and colleagues can reunite for an unforgettable social dining experience at, where guests can enjoy eclectic Latin American food in the extraordinary setting of a refurbished 1967 tube carriage. 

Based at the Walthamstow Pumphouse Museum, E17, diners can hop on the Victoria line tube train which has been transformed into a restaurant, complete with tables, linens, fine silverware plus a a curated playlist and dimmed lights to create an intimate atmosphere.

Upon arrival, guests are greeted with a choice of welcome drink followed by a 6-course tasting menu that showcases the culinary traditions of Latin American countries, using both ancestral and modern techniques, authentic ingredients and British seasonal produce.

Head Chef Beatriz Maldonado Carreño (Bea) originally hails from Bogotá, Colombia, and has over 15 years’ experience in creating wonderful food for restaurants and supperclubs in Colombia and London. Bea creates an immersive supperclub experience by talking diners though the origins of each dish and what they mean to the country they originate from.

Current dishes on the tasting menu include:

Envuelto y esquites – Sweet corn dumpling, smoky sweet corn salad, queso fresco

Ceviche Ecuatoriano – Hake and prawns cured in lime and chilli, tomato, red onion, coriander

Asado – Medium rare rump of beef, roasted corn fed chicken, chimichurri, cassava chips, balsamic glazed plantains

Napoleon de lulo y amaretto – Layers of amaretto cream and shortcrust pastry, lulo cream, lulo gel

This unique experience is perfect for group get-togethers and special occasions, and each supperclub can accommodate up to 35 diners, three nights a week.