Supper clubs, demonstrations, masterclasses and great food. This year’s Dulwich Festival Food Trail features a truly mouthwatering array of scrumptious offerings from some of the best restaurants and cafés in the area. Booking essential.
Taste your way down Lordship Lane with the Festival Bites Food Trail 12-4pm on Saturday 14th May. Local businesses are offering free samples from wood-fired chickens to cocktail ice creams, not to mention homebaked pretzels with beer cheese… *drool*
To see all participating venues click HERE.
Christopher’s bakery, delicatessen and café has brought a unique bread philosophy to the area since its opening last year. Come and have tour of the bakery with a bread tasting. Meet the producers of some fabulous Riojas and try some fragrant Asian food at the pop-up dining event. To view the menu click HERE. £35 per person. For tickets please call: 020 3643 6540
145 Half Moon Lane SE24 9JY
Beer is a simple pleasure and Canopy Beer Co brings good beer done well to Herne Hill. Visit the microbrewery for a guided tasting of our range of beers with one of our brewers. Sample our beer in the shadow of the brewery and learn about the beer making process. £5 per person. No booking required – simply turn up.
Join Canopy Beer Co for a celebration of this rare and expensive vegetable at the brewery tap room.
Arch 1127 Bath Factory Estate 41 Norwood Road SE24 9AJ
Edible Cinema and East Dulwich Picturehouse & Café have teamed up to bring the fantastic Edible Cinema experience to East Dulwich. Tickets include delicious food themed to the film and plenty of drinks provided by Bombay Sapphire®. They are reprising the hilarious classic Some Like it Hot, one of the highlights of Edible Cinema’s immersive series of movie adventures, especially for the festival programme. SOLD OUT
116a Lordship Lane SE22 8HD
Firmly established as London’s premier environmentally aware independent entertaining company, Suzanne James started a phenomenon when they launched their first supper club in 2010. She will be hosting a seasonal supper club using locally sourced ingredients. Tickets £44 via the Grub Club website.
To book for Monday 9 May: www.grubclub.com
To book for Tuesday 10 May: www.grubclub.com
The Old Bakery 11b Barry Road SE22 0HX
This much loved deli & café will be hosting a series of pop-up supper clubs in celebration of the Dulwich Festival. Fabulous food created by extremely accomplished chefs in a charming and intimate space. Tickets £44.50. To reserve seats, please email [email protected] specifying which event, and how many tickets.
Thursday 5 May: Ed Gibbons. Ed recently joined us as house chef from The Ivy. Expect a magical evening in more ways than one – Ed & his twin bro’ are also a celebrated magic act…
Tuesday 10 May: Heather Jordan. Cordon Bleu trained, MasterChef finalist, Heather will be doing a reprise of her thrilling Scandinavian menu. Dine like Nikolai Astrup with a Noma twist.
Thursday 12 May: Susie Pajares. Having tutored British Royalty in the kitchen, Susie is one of our most sought after contemporary teaching chefs, who delivers precision fine dining at every supper club.
80 Dulwich Village SE21 7AJ
Winner of Food & Travel Magazine Reader Awards 2015, the newly refurbished Tulse Hill Hotel is housed in a beautiful early Victorian building dating back to 1840. It is inviting you to a four-course Billingsgate fish and wine supper. £35 per person. View the menu HERE.
150 Norwood Road SE24 9AY
Chloé Gounder-Forbes has built a platform for up-and-coming chefs to devise and lay out their own menus. Join Chloé (judge at the World Cheese Awards 2011), for an evening of wine and cheese tasting and experience her unique take on the subject. £25 per person. To view the menu click HERE. For tickets please e-mail: [email protected] or call 020 3609 2050
71 Lordship Lane SE22 8EP
Sisters Tarka and Domani have taken an anonymous retail space and turned it into a dream boutique. Fast becoming one of the areas’s favourite destinations join them for a delicious Moroccan themed Festival supper club. £30 per person. To view the menu click HERE. For tickets please call 020 8670 6923 or 020 8299 1383 to book.
17 Knight’s Hill SE27 0HS
Coffee roaster Kurt Stewart has created a Festival blend from his ethically sourced highest grade Arabica beans and roasted in West Dulwich. Visit the Volcano Café for a tour of the roastery and coffee tasting. £5 per person. Tickets via Eventbrite available HERE.
62 Tritton Road SE21 8DE
A family tradition since 1872 the Graham family continue the family tea business started by Captain Birchall Graham. Look out for pop-up cafés at the Artists’ Open Houses.
French bakery Au Ciel in Dulwich Village will be offering tastings of their jams and preserves.
1A Calton Avenue SE21 7DE
Please note: The Dulwich Festival cannot accept liability for any loss, damage or injury sustained by any member of the public visiting any of the Food Trail venues.