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Supper Clubs…

The supper club concept is simple: you go to a venue, eat from a menu that features a new and exciting cuisine and socialize with other guests who are all strangers to you. But there’s a catch: Some of the supper clubs are for invitees-only, which means the hosts decide on invitees who are witty, well-travelled and lively. Since only invitees are aware of the date and venue for the dinner, the event remains a secret for everyone else. However, other supper clubs as well as pop-up home restaurants are open to accept people who sign-up on their websites.

At these intimate gatherings the participants enjoy amazing food in an casual and informal atmosphere as well as interact with strangers, meet like-minded foodies and escape a restaurant's chaos.

Pop-Ups and food events…

Pop-ups are temporary eating outlets set-up in cities to showcase a new cuisine or cuisine by a single chef or a group of chefs or by a restaurant from out of town. The aim could also be to create buzz around a new brand or to test the response for new cuisines.

Do visit pop-up’s whenever they make an appearance in your city to taste diverse cuisines in an informal ambiance and setting. Pop-up concept is already catching on with the success of ‘The Great Delhi Pop Up’ in Delhi as well as ‘Bombay Local’ and ‘The Secret Ingredient’ in Mumbai.

Food events are organised by hospitality companies in one or more restaurants to popularise gastronomic cuisines. Restaurants on their own also hold food promotions.

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The Lovefools Dinner Lab

The Lovefools seeks to combine and experiment with intriguing cuisines, ingredients, textures, flavours and techniques. Offer elaborate eight-course dinners at a community table on Saturday nights, experimental dinners on Trial Tuesdays, curated private dinners on request and a line of small-batch artisanal ice creams.

124, Pereira House, 1st Floor, Pali Naka, Opp. Pali Village Cafe, Bandra (W), Mumbai 400050

Chef Sarita Pereira

098200 40618

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Dining Delights by Axis Bank

Discover new cuisines and flavors at over 4000 partner restaurants across India and avail a minimum discount of 15% by using Axis Bank credit or debit card. In November 2015 they organised a 10-day culinary celebration called 'Gourmet Fest'.

1800-209-5577, 1800-103-5577

Bangalore      Chennai      Delhi      Kolkata      Mumbai

Restaurant Week India

Restaurant Week India runs typically in March and September showcasing the finest restaurants in above cities. On offer is a three-course prix fixe menu at a fraction of a-la-carte prices. This allows participating restaurants to showcase their food and diners get to experience restaurants they may have hesitated from trying.

Bangalore      Delhi      Mumbai

Chef’s Table Week

Chef’s Table Week, gives you a chance to experience chef’s tasting menus and is held twice a year, typically in June/July and November/December. Participating restaurants will showcase some of their signature dishes through a menu curated by the chef, with whom the diners can interact.

Delhi      Mumbai


DineFest is for informal dining experiences showcasing three-course prix fixe menus (with vegetarian and non-vegetarian options). Both lunch and dinner will be offered at Rs 600, exclusive of applicable taxes, service charges and is restricted to the special DineFest menu.


Delhi Secret Supper Club

You can participate in this supper club by invitation-only. The aim is to enjoy new and exciting cuisines. Meals are organised in top restaurants and menu is specially crafted for the event. You may not know most of the guests and that adds to the allure of this supper club.

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Dinner With Strangers

An invitation-only food community whose members enjoy curated food events in Delhi's restaurants. The aim also to turn strangers into friends by seating strangers together. You can seek an invite by accessing their website.

Shuchir Suri and Anjali Batra

0124-422 5022



Organise pop-ups every few weeks at various locations in Delhi and Gurgaon. Details on upcoming pop-ups are posted on the Facebook page. Focus is on Japanese and Korean cuisine.

Nandini Sood and Anupama Bhat

099103 41903, 099105 91485

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Palate Fest Pvt Ltd

Palate Fest 2015 was held in Nov 2015 and Palate Mini was held in Feb 2016. Similar festivals are likely to be held in future. The events feature food outlets of established restaurants, pop-ups, Delis, stalls offering home-made desserts & snacks, cookery classes, workshops, brands offering special tasting menus & signature dishes etc. Top bands perform.

Aditi Kapoor & Ruchi Sibal

098718 92888



Register yourself to get invited for the next pop-up at which authentic coastal south Indian food cooked in 'home style' will be served. Cuisine will be non-vegetarian (seafood, meats) and vegetarian. Enjoy great food informally in quaint environs.

Plot No. 356, Near Arvind Public School, Jaunapur Village, Mandi Road, New Delhi 110047

Chef Arun Kumar

098114 64051, 098110 73161


425 Omakase

At this pop-up guests would have to entrust the chefs with menu and cuisine that they wish to serve. It will be a course by course meal with great food and a memorable experience. The menu is fresh each time and cuisine could be Japanese or nouvelle French or other world cuisines.

Chef Ronak Nanda and Chef Jahan Bloch


APB Cook Studio

They offer carefully curated culinary experiences for all those interested in exploring Indian food. These include cooking demonstrations, hands-on workshops, innovative classes for beginners as well as for experimental cooks, Tadka workshops in traditional and modern Indian cooking etc. Check the schedules for such events on the site and then send an email.

301, Shrishti Plaza, Saki Vihar Road, Andheri East, Mumbai 400072

022-4215 2799


CKP Food Festival

To promote their traditional cuisine, the CKP (Chandraseniya Kayastha Prabhu) community holds a 3-day food carnival annually during January at CKP Hall, Thane. Featured are popular fish delicacies like Bombay duck, surmai, prawns as well as vegetarian dishes like valache birde, valachi khichdi, shevlachi bhaji etc.

098204 92905

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Cool Japan Festival

Cool Japan Festival is held annually during early-February to introduce and promote Japanese food, culture and technology. The food stalls serving Sushi, Agedashi Tofu, Takoyaki Dumplings, Donburi, Dorayaki and other Japanese delicacies are highly popular.

High Street Pheonix, Lower Parel


Earthy A Fair

This event, held regularly at 'The Hive' features food, music, art & craft from the Hills of Meghalaya. The food served is traditional Meghalaya cuisine, culturally typical to Khasi tribe and Jaintia tribe. Menu includes main courses like Jadoh Sniang (Red rice cooked with smoked pork stock), Pathaw Iwbih (Yellow pumpkin curry) etc as well as ethnic salad, chutney, dessert and drink.

The Hive, 50 - A, Huma Mansion, Opposite Ahmed Bakery, Chuim Village Rd, Khar West, Mumbai 400050


Food Bloggers Association of India (FBAI)

FBAI is a community of food bloggers, food writers, foodies and food stylists. Members can share food & beverage information and food-blogs, promote products and services, review restaurants, hold local foodie and blogging events etc.

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Meat Marathon

A group of meat lovers who meet every week to explore the best places to eat meat. This is a closed Facebook group and so you need to put up a request to join. The restaurant to be visited is posted on the Facebook page and interested participants need to confirm on the page so that seat is assured.

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One Night Stand

Hosted at Cafe Zoe once in a while. Home chefs are invited to cook in the restaurant's kitchen in order to offer an unique experience to the diners.

Cafe Zoe, Todi/Mathurdas Mills,N.M Joshi Marg, Lower Parel, Mumbai 400013

022-2490 2065


Pet Pujaris

Pet Pujaris is a gang of die-hard foodies who venture out together to try new eateries in Mumbai. They do this twice a month: At the beginning of every month the event is at a pricey food establishment in Mumbai (#Fatka), and at the end of the month event is held at an eatery offering value for money (#Kadka). Upcoming events are posted on the 'Events' page of website


Project Eat

This is a community dining group, hosting authentic gourmet meals cooked by home chefs. Guests will be strangers to each other so that socialising ensues. Their first event, Deutsche Dining Experience was held during early-October 2015, to coincide with Oktoberfest in Munich.

Rohan Mangalorkar, Co-founder

099202 30240, 098207 07659


Secret Supper Project

30 to 40 people (whose identities remain secret) meet up once in a month at a venue to enjoy a meal whose menu is a surprise. The group includes chefs who want to offer the guest a great culinary experience. If you want to join-in, send an email.


Silverspoon Gourmet

They host theme-based gourmet dining events, grilling events, tea parties, dessert lounges and even exclusive cooking classes!

4, Dhanraj Industrial Estate, between A1 & A2 Shah & Nahar Industrial Estate, Sitaram Jadhav Marg, Lower Parel

Chef Joshua D’Souza

022-2860 4424


Small Fry Co

They create food pop-up events such as Bombay Local and The Secret Ingredient. These pop-up events also feature lifestyle, art and music.

Insia Lacewalla, Paresh Chhabria

098337 14867


Swine Dine

This is for the pork-lovers. A whole pig is slaughtered and every part (belly, ribs, tongue, cheeks etc) is served in multiple-courses. You also meet like-minded people.

Salt Water Cafe, Bandra (W)

Chef Gresham Fernandes

098904 04374


Table Rhapsody

This is a pop-up home restaurant offering food experiences in Bengali and other cuisines as well as opportunity to meet like-minded foodies. Call them to find out about the next upcoming event.

Tara Kaushal & Roshini Sen

098767 62012, 098200 06440

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The Doobious Dinners

This is an experimental secret dinner party held twice a month in Bandra. Each dinner is uniquely different and memorable in respect of the culinary experience. Invitations are through word-of-mouth—diners must be invited, or introduced by someone who is.

Gresham Fernandes, Riyaaz Amlani and Ayaz Basrai

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The Lil Flea

Held once or more times in a year at MMRDA grounds, BKC and other venues, the Lil Flea is a melange of vibrant pop up shops, experimental & street cuisine, workshops and music. The souk brings together coolest artists, mavericks, outliers, designers, chefs, start ups and of course, a few thousand visitors out to have fun!

Alankar Jain & Priyanka Punjabi

022-6066 0211, 099300 29128

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The Nomadic Kitchen

A pop-up offering interactive culinary experiences at various locations in Mumbai

2, Sanghvi Udyan Building, V L Mehta Road, JVPD, Mumbai

098672 63336, 091676 20909

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The UpperCrust Food & Wine Show

The 2017 show is scheduled to be held during Jan 27th to 29th at World Trade Centre, Cuffe Parade. Features finest products and services from the food and beverage industry as well as cookery demos and restaurant pop-ups.

022-4004 7256

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The Vintage Garden

This pop-up event has a 2-day run every 6 weeks, except during monsoon. Stalls sell interesting and quirky products from genres like fashion, accessories, food, art etc.

Turner Road, Bandra (W)

Aarti Patkar

022-2640 2004

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They curate fine dining experiences in best restaurants. After registering on the site, make a reservation for one of their upcoming exclusive experiences. Arrive at the venue, give your name and partake the delights of fine dining. Pay to the restaurant directly and earn Gourmet Points from WowTables which can be redeemed for gifts.

096195 51387

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