Dani’s Supper Club: Proving to Londoners that Homemade Food Just Tastes Better

Spanish chef Daniel Salvador serves organic, homegrown fare at his bimonthly London supper club

Credit: Dani's Supper Club

Last month’s theme was “Cataluña,” giving diners an intimate glimpse into the food of the chef’s home region: northeastern Spain.

Dani’s Supper Club, after serving only four dinners, is quickly gaining buzz in London’s supper club scene. The bimonthly event is the brainchild of private chef Daniel Salvador, who’s cooked for his fair share of Michelin-starred restaurants in Spain before transferring his talents to London. 

If it can be foraged, garden-grown, or made in-house, chef Salvador will serve it, as he explains, “I [want] to show people that everything homemade tastes better, and if you use natural homegrown or organic products…your taste buds—and health—are going to thank you for it.”

Last month’s theme was “Cataluña,” giving diners an intimate glimpse into the food of the chef’s home region: northeastern Spain. The December line-up included home-smoked cod salad, meat-filled squid, and homemade mushroom and walnut sausages with white beans and cabbage. The experience of tasting thoughtful food in an upbeat and relaxed atmosphere comes personally recommended.

Dani Supper Club’s next communal feast, with “cheese” as its theme, is on Valentine’s Day at Poppy’s Place in Fulham. Expect offerings such as chicken breast stuffed with goat cheese wrapped in prosciutto and nuts, with broccoli puree and cheddar. Looking for a foodie date night?  Grab tickets to Dani’s 30-seater dinner here.  

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