What is a supperclub?
A supperclub is a dining experience in someone’s home. We’ll be open once a month, using seasonal produce (including fruit and vegetables from our garden when we can).
What kind of food can I expect?
All the food is cooked in our kitchen. We cook food we like to eat, and our menu is likely to be inspired by our travels. Although our chef, Trace, is a confirmed meat eater, we can cater for vegetarians and piscatarians.
Do I have to book?
Yes, you’ll need to book in advance. To book please email email@example.com
How much does it cost?
A suggested donation will be made for each menu. It may vary between £25 and £40, depending on the menu and the number of courses.
How many people will be there?
We can cater for between eight and 16 people sitting down at one table. In the summer we hope to be able to cater for larger groups in a more informal setting.
What about wine or beer?
When you arrive we will serve you a complimentary glass of something to get the evening off to a sparkling start. You can bring whatever you want to drink with the meal (it might be wine, beer or soft drinks). We don’t charge corkage and we’ll make sure you get to drink what you’ve brought with you.
Can I come on my own?
Yes, you can come on your own. You’ll be sitting at a table with other people and you may make some new friends.
Who cooks the meal?
Trace is your chef. She moved to the UK from Australia some years ago and, unsurprisingly, she’s influenced by Australian and south east Asian flavours and styles.
I’d like to come along, what do I have to do?
You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your place or places, letting us know how you heard about wattleseedsupperclub. Please let us know if you or anyone coming with you has any allergies and we will attempt to eliminate them from your dish, however we make no guarantees. We are a supper club, not a restaurant and cannot cook to order or make subsitutions. A few days before the supperclub date, we’ll email or text you details of our location.
What time does the evening start and when does it finish?
We ask people to arrive at 7.30pm and we plan to have everyone seated by 8pm. The night goes on for as long as people want!