Kerstin Rodgers, aka MsMarmitelover, a pioneer of the supperclub scene in London, does meals, workshops and pop up markets from her Kilburn home. She is also the author of Supper Club, which documents how she created the supper club/underground restaurant/pop up/ paladare movement. Her latest book is called MsMarmitelover's Secret Tea Party
Facebook: Facebook page
Click an experience above to be the first to link your blog post.
Sugar shack meal
in February 2017,
reviewed on 19 February 2017
Our first Ms Marmite meal and it was everything we had hoped and expected it to be: a new food experience, a culinary education, a social event and really good fun! We were surrounded by Canadians who assured us that the food was authentic. Maple syrup with everything. We'll be back for the next one. It's going to be Mexican...
Incredibly good all-round. Delightful setting, scrumptious food, lovely servers and superb tea. Worth a trip from Manchester! Dear Ms Marmite-lover we bought YOUR book - your personal copy by mistake. We will happily return it if you email.
Pure Georgian Fabulousness
Wow! Actually strike that...WOW!! I had high expectations and MsMarmite knocked them into a cocked hat!! The location is atmospheric in it's own right but to be able to 'inhabit' the space for a few hours was just fabulous. Added to that the menu was inspirational and flavours, textures and delivery just out of this world. I am gushing I know but I am an experienced afternoon tea officianado and this was the best I have had. Hands down. No doubt. No debate. My partner in crime on all my crazy jaunts totally agreed. Our goodies were cooked on the day and during the event right out of the house kitchen - yes people, that means using the authentic range. It was an inspirational effort on MsMarmite's part. She is a master (mistress?) of her art. And art it is. I just loved that passion displayed by both her and her team. It was clear from the buzz in the room that my fellow adventurers too enjoyed their Georgian experience.