6 supper clubs in Asia for a private dining experience

6 supper clubs in Asia for a private dining experience
July 29 07:23 2016 Print This Article




Supper clubs offer a one-of-a-kind dining experience that constitute the best bits of a dinner party and fine dining with delicious food and a cosy ambience. Supper clubs tend to be a private affair with many operating out of their private kitchens and running on reservations only. Alternatively, interested diners send in their applications to some supper clubs before they are chosen and reveal the location and other details in secret.

Here’s a list of 6 supper clubs in Asia carefully “curated’ just for you that includes everything from home-cooked meals to private fine dining affairs!

Lolla’s Secret Suppers (Singapore)

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Complimentary wine is guaranteed!

From the people behind renowned restaurants Lolla and Lollapooza, Lolla’s Secret Suppers conducts hush-hush suppers only when it has a good venue, chef and talent to share with the rest of the world. Guests are encouraged to sign up alone  so there’ll be plenty of people to mingle with. Everything with Lolla’s is secret – from the location, to the identity of the chef to even the food that’ll be on your plate! But rest assured, complimentary wine is guaranteed.

Lolla’s conducted its last supper in Jan 2015 at a cost of S$268 per pax. Keep it peeled on their Facebook page for the next supper! Sssh, tell no one!

Cute Ball Kitchen (KL, Malaysia)

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Malaysian K.K Teoh and his Vietnamese wife, Hoa, serve up authentic Vietnamese cuisine sure to please guests. Vietnamese cuisine is hard to find in KL, more so by a couple who many describe as welcoming and passionate about their food. They also prepare French desserts to finish off a yummy meal! Guests can choose to dine individually or have a meal with up to 12 friends per session.

The most recent brunch was conducted in July 2016 at only RM50, or SGD$17, per pax (+ RM10 for dessert and coffee). This is also the perfect option for those unable to find babysitters – kids are welcome and those under 5 can even eat for free!

You can visit their Facebook page or website for more information.

Choy Choy’s Kitchen (Hong Kong)

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Drunken Chicken. Source: Choy Choy’s Kitchen

Located in New Territories, Hong Kong, Grace Choy has hosted many satisfied diners. She has over 350K likes on her Facebook page and serves interesting fusion dishes such as pan-fried Hokkaido scallop with a touch of caviar. Choy only uses the freshest local ingredients and has over 6 years of experience running her private kitchen. Choy doesn’t plan to close up shop anytime soon!

An 8 course meal costs about HKD400, or SGD$70 per head and a dinner party of at least 4 people is required before a reservation can be made. For more information, visit the Facebook page here. And if you need ideas for a great weekend, check out this list of things to do in Hong Kong to get your sorted.

Learn to whip up dishes like these right here in Singapore at one of our recommended cooking classes!


Delhi’s Secret Supper Club (Delhi, India)

Touted as India’s most exclusive invitation-only club for networking and dining, even entering its official website requires a solemn vow to keep it’s secret. With the aim of helping Delhiites break out of their regular cliques, DSSC offers a secret occasion for everyone.  This includes Mix-and-Match Date Nights for singles ready to mingle and of course – the Secret Supper.

Since this is a strangers-on-a-table concept, it’s perfect for those looking to break out of their shell. You’ll be able to attain an invites by dropping them an email and once you’re in, you’ll have access to the most exclusive club in India. Honestly we don’t even know when the last event was held – it’s that hush-hush!

Pio’s Kitchen (Philippines)

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Paella Negra. Source: Pio’s Kitchen

There’s delicious paella in town! The owners’ favourite saint, Padre Pio, is the inspiration behind the name and they operate from their grandparent’s home. Chef Chin cooks up a feast inspired by her travels to Spain while entertaining guests. Some dishes includes a range of tapas as appetizer, churros for dessert and the star of the show – Paella Negra, seafood and saffron aioli that is cooked in squid ink.

Pio’s has a selection of 3 menus, ranging from 2750PHP to 2950 PHP, or SGD$80 to $85 per person. You can contact them for reservations of 8-40 persons  via their official website here.

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Plate Culture

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Plate Culture makes personalized meals and meeting new people that much simpler. This meal sharing site is most prominent in the Southeast Asian region where it is the largest social dining network. It matches passionate home chefs willing to open up their kitchens to diners looking for a home cooked meal or just a plain good time. It’s also perfect for travellers to get a taste of local cuisines.

All diners have to do is to browse through chefs’ profiles before making their final choice and requesting a date. The chef will give instructions once the request is approved and once payment is secured. Diners can either choose to go solo and meet other foodies (including the hosts) or bring friends along.

Prices vary, visit their website for a list of dining experiences!

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