It all started in 2008 when Matthew Jackson, Leigh Wood and Eddie Murphy met whilst working on Jermyn Street during their time at university. The concept of the supper club was initially pushed by Matthew who regularly cooks for friends, in large and small numbers, and the idea soon gained momentum and Eating Irons was set-up.
The wider the support for the supper club spread, the more obvious it seemed that there was a demand. The motivation is simple: to bring people together to share delicious, affordable food in a relaxed environment.
Now in its second year, your hosts want to continue to grow their supper club with friends who share in their foodie experience.
Sharing a passion for food and people, they have created Eating Irons supper club to offer an enjoyable, interactive dining experience. The formalities of a restaurant are removed and the hope is that you will share a table, the highest quality seasonal food and good conversation with new friends.
Eating Irons supper club or "pop-up kitchen", offers a cross between a dinner party and a restaurant. At the heart of the Forest Gate community, your hosts welcome an eclectic and ever changing group of like-minded food lovers. Offering a tast...