Supper Club

Filipino Supperclub London

Experience the Philippine Islands through food in a central location in London! 

Taste an authentic  and homely Filipino food from regional dishes to street food. I run a monthly supper club, usually towards the end of the month on a Saturday. I serve a few course meal with a welcome cocktail in an informal dinning experience and bring your own booze (BYOB).

Filipino food has a strong connection with its history, it’s a melting pot of different influences from Spain, U.S., as well as Malay, Austro-nesian and Indo-Chinese adding to it own indigenous culture.

Food is a social glue in the Philippines, binding people together during mealtimes, merienda (snack time) and the numerous fiestas throughout the year. No social gathering is complete if there is no food on the table, and so many great stories are made and shared in this context. Kamayan roughly translates as two things: primarily, eating with your bare hands and secondarily, shaking hands. For those who are wondering “What is Filipino food?”

Location: A secret yet surprisingly easy-to-reach living/dining room Marylebone area for Supper Clubs and Pop Up restaurants venues in London.

 Christmas party? Birthday Party? Hen Party? We host private Suppers too!

Please email Mae:

 ***NEW DATES!***

Pepe's Kitchen Supperclub
A Philippine Christmas Supper

2nd December £50/p

Book here for 2nd December

The word “Pasko” means Christmas in Filipino. It’s one of the most important holiday in our culture as we are predominantly a Catholic country.

I’m hosting a feast, I say feast because for me every Christmas is a feast enjoyed with family and friends around the table. Join us for an authentic Filipino meal in a communal setting and a gift to take home. This year for every ticket you book a percentage goes towards charity lead by because every child deserve a seat at the table.

Expect a welcome drink & appetizer, many Christmas favourite dishes and because it’s Christmas I might take the karaoke out for a treat too! Haha!


Welcome Prosecco
Lumpia de queso – queso de bola in springroll wrapper and deep fried until crispy
Longganisa in a blanket – sweet cured Filipino sausages wrapped in bacon
Pancit Palabok- Rice noodle in shrimp sauce. Topped with mackerel flakes, prawns, boiled eggs, pork crackling and spring onions
Mae’s Lechon – brine overnight and slow roast pork belly cooked with lemongrass, spring onions, garlic, onions and bay leaves
Pinakbet- a mix of vegetables cooked in shrimp paste and tomatoes. It has Aubergine, bitter lemon, okra, butternut squash and green beans
Atchara- pickled green papaya
Kanin Rice – boiled jasmine rice
Mae’s homemade liver sauce for the lechon
Puto bumbong – steamed sweet glutinous rice and purple yam cake topped with melted margarine, muscovado sugar and grated coconut
Bibingka- steamed rice and coconut cake cooked in banana leaves cups
Leche flan – baked milk flan in caramelized sugar

Book here for 2nd December

**BOOK early as we have limited seats.**

How to book? Option 1. Follow the link by clicking on “Pay Now” OR  Option 2. To book a place, please email Mae at with the number of guests. Once your booking is acknowledged, please confirm by paying a deposit of £/pp (details to be provided) and the remaining is paid in cash so don’t forget to bring cash on the night. Please inform us if you or your guest have any food allergies/food restrictions. Whilst we really do hope that you don’t (as it will break our hearts), cancelling without penalty can be done up to 48 hours before the event, and can be done at the loss of your deposit afterwards. We look forward to meeting you and introducing you to Filipino food. Mabuhay! Kumain ka na?

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