If you like your food served with an unhealthy dose of dark humour, immerse yourself in the secret Soviet world of the Russian Revels, a theatrical dining experience like no other. At Kitchen Party the Russians take over Clerkenwell to let their guests in on the shadowy world of Soviet 1920s. Behind the austere front of empty shelves and stern faces, lies the thrilling world of Aladdin-like luxury provisions, sexy Slavic dishes and semi-legal underground clubs. But to get in, you’ll first have to deal with some of its larger-than-life characters: from shifty dealers wearing lacquered shoes to ethereal komsomolka girls and proletarian poets
Expect a sumptuous 5 course banquet, immersive theatre and a different cabaret act every night.
Your Soviet Mission instructions:
After making your booking, please make sure to fill in details for everyone in your group, so that Russian Revels can send you individual super secret instructions for the evening.
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Russian 1920s Banquet
Katrogers76 attended in June 2013,
reviewed on 10 June 2013
Very enjoyable evening in unusual venue near Exmouth market.
The food was both inventive, tasty and plentiful. The rye bread was dense and delicious with the parsley butter, the sorrel soup was delicious and very much enjoyed the flavour and texture of the rye arancini balls and allotment vegetables.
The entertainment was also exceptional, a surprisingly large number of actors, keeping us in 1920s Russia for the whole evening. Plus an absolute darling cabaret singer and DJ spinning tunes in the main reception area all evening, had a load of us dancing till late.
High value for money.
P.S. It did state clearly on email, cash for drinks, sorry Chloe.
Chloe attended in June 2013,
reviewed on 10 June 2013
On the whole, a great experience. The food was excellent, and just the right amount. I particularly enjoyed the rye grain arancini and the chocolate charcuterie. I wasn't so keen on the potato and cucumber soup. The cabaret act was perfect, she was very very funny. The dj upstairs was brilliant too. We also loved the beetroot cocktails, and an excellent wine list. My only criticism is that we were not aware that you needed cash to pay for wine in the basement. Consequently a member of our party had to keep leaving the table to go upstairs and pay for the wine on his card. It would have been great to have been able to set up a tab that we could settle after our meal.
Vladimir attended in June 2013,
reviewed on 2 June 2013
Agreed with the review above: poor value for money. Would rather go for dinner in a nice restaurant.
review attended in May 2013,
reviewed on 1 June 2013
Very poor value for money. Very expensive wine. Performance was cobbled together with no through line.