Supper club is a unique experience. It is a cross between a dinner party and a restaurant. You get the informality of a small group and the benefit of fine dining where a talented chef creates a menu just for one night only. However, one of the biggest reasons for enjoying the supper club experience is the social interaction with strangers over food. Every dinner you go to is completely different. For chefs, it is an opportunity to re-ignite their passion for cooking and to experiment.
It is said that ‘underground’ dining, or ‘pop-up’ restaurants, has been inspired by the Cuban Paladares. These family-run restaurants opened all over Cuba in people’s houses in the 1970s and 1980s serving authentic, wholesome and inexpensive food and were encouraged as part of the country’s democratic economic reforms.
Dacha supper club is set in privacy of an art gallery – a secret loft above the beer garden. Art is a perfect icebreaker; people who may not have known each other connect not only over fantastic food, but also art. Exhibits rotate every several months, while our dinner menu changes every week.
Chef prepares a delicious balanced five-course menu to suit seasonally available local produce and to be served family style. Each course is paired with uniquely fitting fine wines and liquors.
The communal table for about 16 people is being set every Thursday, but we can be booked for private parties and special occasions on other days by arrangement and for larger guest counts.
When you come for dinner, we ask you to be on time; dress comfortably though taking it up a notch is never a bad idea; let us know about your dietary restrictions when you book; and please know that we do not process cancelations, though we will do our best to help you reschedule with at least a 72-hour notice.