A unique dinner party every weekend
Every Saturday, the Rusholme Park Supper Club invites talented cooks, both amateur and professional, to prepare a multi-course meal for 24 guests to dine together in an informal, family-style dinner party.
Guests are welcome to attend on their own, with a friend or in a group. It is also possible to rent The Dep to host your own private dinner parties.
If the idea of cooking a dinner for 24 people sounds like fun to you, we split cash and tips with our guest chefs. Click here for more details.
Upcoming Supper Clubs at The Dep
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The Dutch-Indonesian rijsttafel (rice table) is an elaborate collection of dishes served as a lavish banquet. It pairs the Dutch ethos of togetherness (gezelligheid) with Indonesian cuisine’s unique and vibrant flavours and spices. This sumptuous, family-style meal features elaborate collection of meat and vegetable dishes that offering a melange of sweet, spicy and savoury flavours to complement a heaping platter of nasi goreng (Indonesian fried rice).Find out more »
This DIY event is a combination cooking class and dinner party. Working in small groups and following detailed recipes, you and your fellow guests will prepare and then indulge in a spectacular meal inspired by Mexican culinary traditions. All ingredients, equipment and recipes are supplied and expert facilitators are on hand to guide you through the whole process. It’s a fun way to meet new people, learn recipes and enjoy a delicious meal in a convivial & collaborative setting.Find out more »
This elegant dinner harkens back to the original menu of Tuba's very first Supper Club at The Depanneur at the beginning of 2020, when she was a freshly minted George Brown grad. Since then she became a regular feature at The Dep, bringing her distinctive take on Turkish cuisine to several Pick Up Diners during the Covid lockdown as well as several sold-out Communal Table events at the Bentway. I'm delighted to celebrate her contribution to the cookbook at Lokum Eats, her fabulous new restaurant in the Junction.Find out more »
Kamayan is a Tagalog word that translates to “by bare hand” and refers to a traditional Filipino style of communal meals. A typical kamayan meal — sometimes called a Boodle Fight, a name it earned among the hungry soldiers of Filipino army mess halls — features a table covered in banana leaves upon which a large mound of rice is placed, surrounded by a variety of meat and vegetable dishes, condiments and garnishes. The meal is then shared by everyone at the table, eaten by hand without plates or utensils. This particular kamayan feast features another spectacular Filipino speciality: lechon — a whole roast young pig — the unforgettable centrepiece of many Pinoy celebrations. Join us for the unique culinary experience of kamayan, showcasing the flavours and traditions of Filipino cuisine.Find out more »
In many Italian households, Sunday means there’s red sauce simmering all day on the stove. It might be called sauce, sugo or gravy, and surely every family makes it their own way, but the result is always a tomato sauce rich with meat. Chef Luciano Schipano shares this tradition with us alongside an elegant selection of other authentic Italian favourites.Find out more »