A Little Lusciousness Supper Club

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Last weekend, I had a fabulous time attending Rosie’s (of A Little Lusciousness) supper club. I’ve been to a Grub Club pop-up before (you can read my review of the Nina St Tropez one here) which I very much enjoyed, and after having discovered Rosie’s super blog, I was very keen to try out hers. I took my Mum along with me, and we both agreed we had a marvellous time.

On arrival, Rosie greeted us with a deliciously sparkling blood orange cocktail, and soon we were chatting to other guests attending the dinner. We were seated at a long table set up in Rosie’s living room (it’s always so fun to go to a meal in someone’s house!), and soon began the serious business of enjoying the food!

To start, we were served a beetroot, blood orange and fennel salad with seared mackerel and horseradish cream, along with some some absolutely delicious wholemeal cranberry bread.

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Next, slow roast wild boar shoulder with a celeriac puree (absolutely mouth-watering), warm winter vegetables, pink pickled onions and cider and apple gravy.

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All the food was incredibly well-cooked and very tasty, but my very favourite course was the amazing dessert (not a surprise!): a rum-soaked blood orange and almond cake, with an amazing salted caramel sauce and creme fraiche. Rosie mentioned that’s she’s hoping to write a cookbook, and I really hope she does, as I can’t wait to get the recipe for this delicious cake.

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By this point, I was so full I didn’t think I could manage another bite, but when I saw the amazing cheeseboard, I managed a nibble of Delice de Bourgogne and Ogleshield (a Somerset version of Raclette, apparently, which was incredible. I want to track some down for myself!).

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Mum and I both had such a fun time at this supper club. With the menu priced at £35, our meal was terrific value, and the great atmosphere really added to our dining experience. Rosie is such a sweet person and was a fantastic host, and it was fun to sit with everyone at the same table. I got to chat to some lovely people; it was a really interesting mix, but everyone was so charming, and we all shared a common love of food and quirky London restaurants to unite us.

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Have you ever been to a supper club before? Is there a particular one you’d recommend? If you’re interested in trying one out, I’d definitely recommend Rosie’s as a great starting point!

  • Penny

    Oh, this looks amazing, as well as you, in your Chanel jacket of yesterday’s post, looking quite amazing as well. I’ve not been to a supper club such as this here in the States, but, would love to go to one.

    • Thanks so much Penny! It was a lot of fun. I hope you have a chance to go to something similar soon – it made for a fabulous evening 🙂 xx

  • Claire

    Isn’t Ogleshield lush?! I’ve had it in an interesting dish somewhere but frustratingly can’t remember where.
    Rosie’s Supper Club sounds fantastic, the cake especially. I’ve booked to go on the Gingerline Jubilee supperclub in a few weeks, which I’m excited about.

    • It was so good – I’m still thinking about that cake. And yes, Ogleshield is so yummy!! Ohh, the Gingerline Jubilee supper club will be fab – can’t wait to to hear all about it! xxx

  • Thanks so much for your lovely review Miranda. It was so great to meet you and your mum 🙂 Your photos are brilliant!! Though my house looks like a tip in the bottom one….!!
    Rosie xx

    • haha, your house was lovely! I’m still so in love with the jukebox! You’re very welcome – I had such a lovely time, it was fun to relive it through the pictures! Looking forward to attending another one of your dinners sometime soon 🙂 xxx

  • What a great thing to get to share with your mom! I love the looks of the slow roast boar as well….yum! x

    • Yes, it was a lot of fun to have a mother / daughter night 🙂 The slow roast boar was delicious, and perfect for a cold night! xxx

  • Mmmm that dessert looks delicious. I would probably eat that for breakfast right now if I had the option – ha.

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    • Hehe, it would make a pretty great breakfast!! It was sooo good – I really hope Rosie gets that cookbook published soon 😀 xxx

  • This sounds really, really delicious!

  • That genuinely looks like it could have been served up in a high-end restaurant! Sounds like you had an amazing time, Miranda x

  • I really really want to go to Rosie’s supper club, the food looks amazing and after meeting the lovely lady, I want to go even more!

    Lots of love,
    Angie
    SilverSpoon London

  • rae

    Lovely post, everything looks so yummy and that first photo of you is so pretty.

    Rae | love from berlin

  • Oh my this looks so good! I’ve never been to a super club but reeallly want to! Where did you find out about them? x

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  • I’ve never been to a supper club before! But now I want to go immediately! So lovely you and your mum had such a lovely time! The food looks amazing too! X

  • Kristina Collins

    Mmm I agree the cake looks lovely! I love reading your reviews of supper clubs. Very intrigued by the concept. You should think about hosting one yourself–it would be marvelous! xx