Secret Sunday Lunch Club
London, United Kingdom
The rise and fall of food trends (we've almost forgotten how to pronounce quinoa) and rapid turnaround of restaurants has meant that good old Sunday roasts are few and far between. Amid the bustle of London's constantly evolving food scene, The Secret Sunday Lunch Club offers a comforting constant. Known purely on a first name basis, like a long-time friend, Emily opens her cosy Notting Hill home to ten discerning diners looking for "a proper Sunday lunch". Expect the usual suspects of seasonal vegetables cooked to perfection, lashings of gravy, condiments aplenty and a succulent main dish at the heart of it all, whether that's roast beef, confit of wild duck or pork belly with crackling. The main course is followed by traditional puddings that will leave you with that warm (and incapacitated) feeling you get following a feeding at your granny's.
Ladbroke Grove, London, England