The supper club concept is simple: you go to a venue, eat from a menu that features a new and exciting cuisine and socialize with other guests who are all strangers to you. But there’s a catch: Some of the supper clubs are for invitees-only, which means the hosts decide on invitees who are witty, well-travelled and lively. Since only invitees are aware of the date and venue for the dinner, the event remains a secret for everyone else. However, other supper clubs as well as pop-up home restaurants are open to accept people who sign-up on their websites.
At these intimate gatherings the participants enjoy amazing food in an casual and informal atmosphere as well as interact with strangers, meet like-minded foodies and escape a restaurant's chaos.
Pop-Ups and food events…
Pop-ups are temporary eating outlets set-up in cities to showcase a new cuisine or cuisine by a single chef or a group of chefs or by a restaurant from out of town. The aim could also be to create buzz around a new brand or to test the response for new cuisines.
Do visit pop-up’s whenever they make an appearance in your city to taste diverse cuisines in an informal ambiance and setting. Pop-up concept is already catching on with the success of ‘The Great Delhi Pop Up’ in Delhi as well as ‘Bombay Local’ and ‘The Secret Ingredient’ in Mumbai.
Food events are organised by hospitality companies in one or more restaurants to popularise gastronomic cuisines. Restaurants on their own also hold food promotions.