Popping up: 22nd - 24th January


The much-in-demand chef Gabriel Waterhouse (ex-Galvin La Chapelle) opens up his home again for his supperclub, called The Waterhouse Project. For £40, you'll be enjoying a super-luxe six-course meal that includes Jerusalem artichoke veloute, sea bass and moules mariniere, roast pheasant and for dessert, roasted pineapple with coconut and coriander ice-cream. It's BYOB, takes place in Bethnal Green from 7.30pm and tickets can be bought from here.



Fancy learning a new skill, now it's a new year? Merchants Tavern are opening up their kitchen for a series of workshops headed up by the legend that is Angela Hartnett and head chef Neil Borthwick. Pasta is the focus this weekend, and you'll be taught how to make three different types, as well as being served a two-course lunch with wine. Tickets cost £95 from here and it runs from 10am - 2pm.


It's food vs. art culture clash on Saturday, as KinoVino returns - and they're going Jewish for the night. They'll be screening a foodie film from 2012 called Oma & Bella and they've roped in MasterChef 2015 finalist Emma Spitzer to cook up a feast of Jewish food classics, from "latkes to brisket and beyond." Tickets cost £40 from here, and it takes place Upstairs at Palm 2 in Clapton from 7pm.