Unfortunately due to unforeseen circumstances this event is no longer going ahead. For further information or should you have purchased tickets and require a refund please contact the Supper Sin team on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eating too much is, essentially, the point.
And turning gluttony into a virtue is Supper Sin, an indulgent, itinerant pop up feast night that runs on both the premise and promise of being completely zero-waste. It also runs on the premise of being a ridiculously enjoyable and unique night out, which is why this month it happens to be popping up outside an abandoned church in East London.
On communal al fresco tables, surrounded by a backdrop of atmospheric old architecture and the setting sun, you’ll be served up an indulgent five-course feast of seasonal, locally sourced grub, where every edible part will be used. The food will all be prepared, live-cooking style, before your very eyes, and will be accompanied by live music performed before your very ears.
You’ll be welcomed with a peach berry bellini and canapés, before sitting down to your banquet. You can look forward to elegant starters like oysters served with salmon caviar and lime zest, followed by grilled squid and beetroot with a prawn and salmon stuffing. For your main, you’ll tuck into grilled chicken with the intriguingly named “sin stuffing” and purple sweet potato fries, all rounded off with a cinnamon, pineapple and coconut sponge with passionfruit.
And because it all sounds a bit responsible and sustainable so far, the sin part will arrive in the form of a dinky paired bottle of bespoke organic wine.
Better get ready to sin for your supper, then.
NOTE: Unfortunately due to unforeseen circumstances this event is no longer going ahead. For further information or should you have purchased tickets and require a refund please contact the Supper Sin team on email@example.com. Supper Sin at Church is taking place on Saturday 27th May from 4.30pm. Tickets are the unusual price of £52.63 precisely, and can be purchased HERE.
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