Our classic "Underground Supper Club" experience: enjoy a flavour-packed four-course menu in one of London's most unique venues.
We are passionate about serving amazing food and giving people the opportunity to enlarge their personal and business networks. On our 1967 decommissioned London Underground carriage you are equally as likely to have fun talking to people you came with or strangers who soon become friends.
Head Chef Alex Cooper is a graduate of the Le Cordon Bleu School, Paris, training under some of France’s top chefs. Now a supper veteran with coal-face restaurant experience, Chef Alex and his team of fellow Cordon Bleu graduates draw on a classic, French basis adding Scandinavian and Asian flavours presenting dishes in an informal, Brasserie-style manner, all served by an army of gregarious waiters.
On the drinks front, we are proud to be partnering with our friends at Woodford Reserve, the small batch Kentucky Bourbon; we're offering every guest a complimentary Woodford Reserve Old Fashioned, the classic American cocktail, on arrival.
Do you cater for dietary requirements?
There is a section for that when you buy your ticket. Please let us know what your dietary needs are here otherwise we won't be able to cater for them on the night.
Is there a dress code?
We want you to feel comfortable. Some people like to dress up a bit but others choose the t-shirt and jeans options. We just want you to enjoy your evening!
Is this a BYOB event?
Our bar will be offering a carefully selected menu of wines, beers, and soft drinks on the night. Obviously all the whiskies will be on sale, too.
Does the tube carriage move?
Even though the photos might suggest otherwise, our decommissioned 1967 Victoria Line carriage is completely stationary at the Pump House Museum in Walthamstow.
Will I be sitting next to people I know?
Despite silver service and high-end food, we're a supper club, NOT a restaurant. We will try to accomodate people who book together close to each other, but please be prepared for sitting next to the odd stranger as well due to the layout of the carriage: we have found time and time again that guests who get to know fellow diners in this way get the most out of the evening!
When & Where
Basement Galley - The Underground Supper Club
10 South Access Road
E17 8AX London
Basement Galley started as a supper club in a flat in Brixton when Cordon Bleu Chef Alex and city solicitor Tom ran out of money and wanted to have a dinner party.
Now a company in its own right, Basement Galley hosts a fine dining supper club the 'Underground Supper Club', in a decommissioned 1967 tube carriage as well as offering bespoke private dining across the capital.
Expect fresh and unconventional Skandinavian flavours presented in a relaxed French brasserie style.