Brother Marcus are launching a Supper Club series full of favourite residencies
There’s nothing better than a showcase of the best flavours in food.
That’s just what Brother Marcus are hoping to encapsulate, with a series of residencies titled ‘Supper Club’.
From chefs to food bloggers, mother and daughter duo’s to street food vendors, the series looks set to put South West London on the foodie map. Serving a variety of different cuisines including Persian, Mexican and hearty English.
Brother Marcus was founded in May 2016 by three school friends, Alex, Arthur and Tasos, with the latter revealing: “London is a melting pot for cuisines from all over the world and we wanted to showcase these exciting flavours and support other local and independent businesses.
Supper clubs are a way to give people of South West London a unique and otherwise unavailable experience, allowing guests an opportunity to sample the best of what London has to offer.”
The London Food Babes will be kicking off the good food times on 9th, 10th and 11th February offering a menu derived from their travels in South America featuring tuna tartare and steak with chimichurri sauc, with Daft Puddin’s follows on 2nd, 3rd & 4th February with such offerings including filled Yorkshire puddings with lamb shoulder and Moroccan spices, mac and cheese and strawberry and rhubarb with a white chocolate ganache.
It that wasn’t enough, Chicory Kitchen will be serving a three course Persian menu featuring unique Middle Eastern flavours including Cardamon ice cream and smoked aubergine and pomegranate.
Guests will also receive a welcome cocktail on arrival which will be created by the boys behind Brother Marcus and will reflect the region of the dishes to follow. Diners can then choose to either have a wine pairing with their menu which will have been carefully chosen to enhance each course, or continue with cocktails.
Brother Marcus will be set up in true supper club style with long wooden tables will fill the room covered with wild flowers and candles giving off dappled warm lighting. Local artwork will adorn the walls alongside potted herbs and foliage complementing the colour palate of stone grey, creamy vanilla and dusky brown.
Those wanting can opt to feast amongst dangling fairy lights, ferns, blankets and heaters in the Brother Marcus winter garden too. Fully covered with a retractable roof, diners can enjoy a cosy wonderland setting for their meal.
Each residency will last for three nights, Thursday – Saturday and diners will be able to catching the one they want, and with all the different cuisines on offer there will be something for everyone!