In Walthamstow, there’s a tube train in a museum, and it’s a restaurant, that’s now able to reopen its sliding doors to passengers again. The Supperclub Tube takes place inside a decommissioned 1967 tube carriage from the Victoria line and is based at the Walthamstow Pumphouse Museum.


The food offered is a 6-course tasting menu that showcases ingredients and culinary techniques from Latin America. As the seasons change, the menu changes to reflect the availability of British products. There’s always a vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free option as well.

Oysters not included.

Seats are from £49 per person.

Note that bookings are for 2-5 people, so a meal for one is not an option.

Details here.


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One comment
  1. MilesT says:

    I see what you did there to forestall the punning comments about bivalves and menus

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