Eat Dishes Created by MasterChef Finalists at The Jam Shed Supper Club
The South Bank Centre, London
Dine at London’s New Rooftop Supper Club on the South Bank.
The Jam Shed Supper Club will be popping up at the Southbank Centre this summer
Temperatures are positively sizzling in Britain and so is London’s iconic Southbank Centre where things are hotting up in the kitchen. From 24th July – 8th September, it will up its culinary game by playing host to a very special rooftop supper club. If you’re a die-hard MasterChef fan or you’re looking for a fun-filled foodie night out with friends and family, this is one of the best tasting experiences on offer in London this summer. Tickets are limited so get your skates on if you don’t want to miss out.The Foodie Travel Guide
The Jam Shed Supper Club
- New central London rooftop Supper Club
- Spectacular London views
- Culinary delights from six MasterChef Finalists
- Pairings with Jam Shed Shiraz
- Support The Springboard Charity
Limited Period Only
Where is The Jam Shed Supper Club?
London’s new rooftop supper club is located at St Paul’s Pavilion on the top floor of the Royal Festival Hall. Dine up on the roof with friends and family and enjoy spectacular views of the River Thames and skyline views of London’s landmarks, including the magnificent St Paul’s Cathedral. Kick off the evening on the outdoor terrace with a cocktail before sitting down at communal tables to feast on sharing dishes and small plates bursting with the flavours of a British summer.
Who is Doing the Cooking?
There’s an exciting line-up of six MasterChef finalists. Familiar faces include pilot, David Crichton, and Thai-born PHD student, Nawamin Pinpathomrat, both finalists in this year’s show. You may remember Nawamin’s profiteroles filled with spicy peanut and topped with white chocolate sauce which so impressed the judges or David’s delectable apple crumble millefeuille.
When is Each MasterChef Finalist Hosting a Supper Club?
With different signature styles, each chef will be hosting a Supper Club for at least a week. Londoner and musician, Steve Kielty, runner-up in MasterChef 2017, will be opening the Supper Club with a two-week residency from the 24th July. Dishes on his menu include cured trout and Herefordshire brisket. Here’s the official line-up:
24 July – 4 Aug: Steve Kielty (MasterChef Finalist 2017)
7 Aug- 11 Aug: Nawamin Pinpathomrat (MasterChef Finalist 2018)
14 Aug- 18 Aug: David Crichton (MasterChef Finalist 2018)
21 Aug- 25 Aug: Alex Jorge and George Kallias (MasterChef Finalists 2018)
28 Aug – 1 Sep: Emma Spitzer (MasterChef Finalist 2015)
4 Sep – 8 Sep: Alex Jorge and George Kallias (MasterChef Finalists 2018)
What About the Wine?
The Supper Club will be showcasing the fruit-filled flavours of Jam Shed Shiraz, along with a selection of other drinks. Jam Shed is a medium-bodied Australian Shiraz produced in New South Wales. It’s a red wine that’s ideal for summer dining as it’s best served slightly chilled. It makes a great accompaniment to a juicy steak cooked on the barbecue or Italian food.
Good to Know
Supper Club diners will be supporting The Springboard Charity. The charity brings disadvantaged and underprivileged people into sustainable employment within the hospitality, leisure and tourism industry. The Springboard Charity trainees will be working with the MasterChef finalists in both the kitchen and at front of house to learn essential new skills.
- Tickets can be purchased from the Southbank Centre website or call the ticket line on Tel: 020 3879 9555. It’s open from 9am – 8pm daily
- The event offers a set menu with standard and vegetarian options. Allergy requirements can be catered for with 48 hours notice
- Jam Shed wine is available to buy from Tesco, Ocado and Amazon
- If you’re planning a weekend visit, go for a browse around the stalls at the South Bank Food Market or a walk along the river to Borough Market
The Foodie Travel Guide
Sally is the founder and editor of The Foodie Travel Guide. She travels around the UK and beyond in search of the best foodie days out, tasting experiences and delicious places to stay. She loves a glass of English sparkling wine, afternoon tea with friends and escaping London for gastronomic adventures.
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The Jam Shed Supper Club
The Jam Shed Supper Club
St Paul’s Pavilion, Royal Festival Hall, Southbank, London SE1 8XX