Disappearing Dining Club's Dinner Dance

Nightlife, Alternative nightlife
4 out of 5 stars
(1user review)
Disappearing Dining Club's Dinner Dance

A monthly pop-up restaurant that sets up shop under an arch in Clerkenwell for an impressive five-course meal from the Disappearing Dining Club and then descends into music and dance from the Pleasure Principle, featuring next-generation house and disco classics from the likes of Berlin-based disco hero Danny Wang, Harri (Sub Club), Luke Unabomber, Stuart Patterson (Faith) and Andy Bird (Love Fever). Info/bookings: stuart@disappearingdiningclub.com.


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Clever idea, executed brilliantly. Despite hearing whispers of problems such as electricity cutting out, the kitchen managed to get our food to us quickly and efficiently. Loved the attention to detail which you wouldn't expect from somewhere that is making it's home in a different place each month - I dread to think of the behind the scenes logistics or building a kitchen in one day in a bare basement! The menu was delicious: quail breast and confit with a jerusalem artichoke puree, followed by an amuse bouche of parsnip& almond veloute and the main was a GIANT stonebass (cousin to seabass) with sides of daphinoise potatoes, and carrots, etc... for the veggies in the groups there was stuffed courgette to replace the quail and perfectly made tortelloni to replace the seabass.. all finished off with a beautiful cherry slice and chocolate ganache. All this food was worked off with DJs & dancing till 6am. Wine was reasonably priced at good £20, really good £25 an great £40, the good red a Brazilian Tempranillion was yummy! I am looking forwad to their next one! The waioters/waitresses couldn't do enough and they swiftly cleared the