Healthy supper clubs are taking the UK by storm. With new cookbooks, restaurants and blogs popping up to cater for vegan, gluten and sugar free palettes, chefs and bloggers nationwide are giving health conscious foodies the chance to try their delights. We’ve rounded up the top ten to look out for, though be prepared tickets sell out fast…

Deliciously Ella

Ella doesn’t just do bestselling cookbooks and delicious recipes, our favourite blogger offers sellout supper clubs too. Expect a three course, refined sugar-free, gluten free and vegan menu at these monthly events, designed to bring healthy foodies together.


What To Expect: Exclusive recipes from Ella’s book including Thai Chickpea Curry, Buckwheat Blini’s and her all-important Sweet Potato Brownies.

Visit DeliciouslyElla.com

Honestly Healthy

Fans of Natasha Corrett’s bestselling book flock to her alkaline-friendly supper clubs, which are full of exclusive recipes and treats that are all entirely guilt-free, and currently on tour around the UK. Fitness fans should also take note, Honestly Healthy have teamed up with yogi’s and top trainers to offer exclusive brunches, featuring an hour long class followed by a restorative post-workout feast.

What To Expect: For brunch a choice between the Honestly Healthy English Breakfast and Chia Porridge. For dinner a three course feast with delicious choices including Burmese Curry, Cauliflower Risotto and Hazelnut Fudge Brownies.

Visit HonestlyHealthyFood.com

Eat To Be Healthy At Daylesford

Celebrating seasonal produce from the Daylesford Farm, these new healthy supper clubs offers three nourishing courses with whole-organic ingredients at their heart. For their first offering on 21st April, Daylesford have teamed up with almond-milk maestros The Pressery for healthy cocktails and petit-fours.

What To Expect: Nourishing seasonal food fresh from the farm including orange and chilli soused salmon and poached Daylesford chicken. Yum!

Visit Daylesford.com

Madeleine Shaw

An early adapter to the supper club trend, nutrition expert Madeleine Shaw has been offering themed, healthy two-course dinners for a while. Offering gluten, dairy and sugar free alternatives to less-healthy favourites from Indian to Chinese, these sellout events offer a guaranteed great evening.

What To Expect: Exclusive recipes from Maddy’s new book Get The Glow, a welcome coconut cocktail and a dessert you will be dying for seconds of.

Visit MadeleineShaw.com

Well & Happy Wellness Lunch Pop-Ups

The perfect way to spend a Sunday afternoon, meet like-minded health lovers over a 5 course plant-based feast teamed with inspirational speakers, goodies and a whole lot of positive vibes. Based in the lovely Richmond, Surrey pass away an afternoon before visiting the park to walk off your feast.

What To Expect: Menus are kept secret, but we hear there was raw caramel shortbread at the March pop-up.

Visit WellandHappy.co.uk

The Camberwell Kitchen

Listed in Vogue, The Evening Standard and The Guardian as one of the best supper clubs in London, The Camberwell Kitchen serves up organic, seasonal and delicious food in hosts Ant and Rosie’s Camberwell flat. Currently on hold as Rosie finishes off her dietician training, keep an eye out for tickets to the next one, the last few sold out within 30 seconds.

What To Expect: Melt-in-your-mouth meals that are entirely gluten free. Catering to vegans, vegetarians and more expect a three course meal with a difference, we sampled slow-cooked lamb with kale followed by chocolate olive oil cake.

Visit TheCamberwellKitchen.com

Secret Yoga Club

Organising pop-up events in different locations around London, the Secret Yoga Club offers yoga, live-music and delicious food in beautiful, unusual locations. With the last pop-up taking place in Hackney’s grand Sutton House, these are a truly magical experience.

What To Expect: A different chef pops up at each Secret Yoga Club so you’ll find something new each time. Food is always vegetarian, seasonal and guaranteed to be delicious.

Visit SecretYogaClub.co.uk

Model Mangetout Supper Clubs

Qnola founder, nutritionist and Hip & Healthy fitspiration Danielle Copperman, aka Model Mangetout, is now bringing her mouthwatering recipes to health fans through the means of supper clubs. Using natural, wholesome ingredients including pseudo grains, healthy fats and no refined sugar, these events are full of nutrients, antioxidants, vitamins and most importantly taste.

What To Expect: Three gluten, dairy and refined sugar free courses including sharing boards to start filled with savoury seed crackers and olive and lentil hummus. For mains expect Michelin star style dishes with a healthy twist from Chicken with Kohlrabi Gratin to Salmon served with sauteed Turnip Tops.

Visit ModelMangetout.com

Rooted London

Currently the name on foodies lips for their delicious healthy lunch delivery service, Rooted London also offer monthly supper clubs. Offering three delicious vegetarian and vegan courses, a cocktail and a treat to take home, these events are set in a warm space with great people and conversation.

What To Expect: Nutrient rich, seasonal food that you will eat mindfully.

Visit RootedLondon.com

Punch Foods Supper Club

Founder of delicious on-the-go snack Superseeds, Alexandra of Punch Foods is now showcasing her culinary skills through the form of supper clubs. Expect a three course, vegan feast filled with goodness, plus plenty of raw cheesecake and delicious seeds.

What To Expect: Twists on favourites including grain-free sushi and curry. For her next pop-up Alexandra has teamed up with Raw Press for a Thai themed evening which includes a screening of Leo classic The Beach.

Visit Rawpress.co

words by Harriet Tisdale

Image: Natasha Corrett from Honestly Healthy and her cleansing food credit: Lisa Linder