Soothe Suppers bring you utterly delicious, seasonal, modern British food that just happens to be gluten free (and low FODMAP). Served up in our South London home, we’re right in the heart of the explosion in the food scene in the area, celebrating all the beautiful fresh produce available and absorbing the huge range of influences from all around the world- the essence of modern British cooking.
We’ll treat you to an indulgent, nutritious and creative three course meal (plus some added surprises along the way) and a welcome aperitif. But whilst the food will be mouth-watering, equally important is that we’ll do all we can to make sure you to relax and have a memorable, enjoyable experience.
We’re founded on the principal of inclusive eating for everyone and so we can cater for vegetarian and vegan diets, and will do our best to cater for any food intolerance or allergy you have- just give us warning and we’ll whip you up something good.
September's menu will be celebrating the end of summer and welcoming in autumn with terrine and pickles, posh chicken (or aubergine) with root veg and panna cotta with strawberries for desert, plus some added extras along the way and loads of soothing nutritious ingredients to leave you smiling inside and out.
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seemavekaria attended in September 2014,
reviewed on 29 September 2014
I went with my friend and we had a really nice evening. I had a lot of dietary requirements which I was concerned about but Emma emailed me and was more than happy to accommodate them.
The food was very tasty and it was a great evening. I would definitely recommend this to anyone!
Good-for-you food that's bloody lovely
kategirl attended in September 2014,
reviewed on 28 September 2014
Don't be alarmed - just because Soothe Supper Club dodges gluten and FODMAP ingredients, it doesn't mean you miss out on flavour, texture or leaving with a satisfied tummy. In fact, I'd go far to say that because Soothe isn't filling the gaps with bread and other items of bulk, you actually get more for your tastebuds and monies worth. Host Emma was as collected and cool as any passionate and experienced cook could be. Plus, when she got to have a chinwag with us at the end, I felt like we were friends from way back. Definitely felt more like a home-away-from home experience as opposed to a business transaction, which some supper clubs can feel like. The only constructive feedback to offer is that the portion sizes (namely for the main) was far more than most of the guests could eat. But on the flip side, four courses and a cheeky cocktail for £25 is totally worth you trying Soothe for yourself.