If one of your long-forgotten new year’s resolutions was to meet new people, it’s time to finally and quite literally break bread with a stranger at one of these supper clubs
Food documentary-maker Abbas Asaria cooks Indian and East African cuisine that explores his heritage. London Cooking Project. Battersea Park Overground. Mar 5-6. £39.
Run by two ridiculously charismatic best friends, Mam Sham is more house party than supper club. Courses are punctuated by drag or cabaret acts. Oval Space. Cambridge Heath Overground. Mar 13. £40.
Started in response to the 2012 humanitarian crisis, these fundraising celebrations of Syrian food take place all over the city. Leiths School of Food and Wine. Goldhawk Rd. Check the website for upcoming dates.
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