DDC prides itself on throwing dining parties in quirky spaces. Previously, they've thrown dinners up a lighthouse, in a launderette and in an antique shop. Founded by restaurateur Stuart Langley, Head chef Fredrik Bolin is chief in command of the kitchen using only the finest seasonal ingredients in his elegant and unfussy dishes.
Suitable for both lunch and dinner for between 12-100 guests (advance booking is obviously required for big numbers), each dish from the 5 course menu is served to share. You'll leave with a belly like a bowlful of jelly - or like Father Christmas himself - having devoured pork belly, sticky toffee pudding and, of course, port and cheese. Click here for the full Christmas menu.
The Dining Club is committed to using fine food and drink to raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust, and each dinner party enables specialist units in NHS hospitals to be provided, little by little, to help to bring teenage cancer patients together to be treated in the best place for them.
|What||Disappearing Dining Club, Christmas Dinner 2016|
|Where||41 Maltby Street, SE1 3PA | MAP|
|Website||Click here to see more from the Disappearing Dining Club|