Leis, seafood and fruity cocktails as ‘Under The Sea Supperclub’ comes to Maggie’s
Seafood fans are in for a treat this weekend with a special Supperclub at Eighties-inspired bar Maggie’s. In partnership with foodie experts Très Chic, the Under The Sea Supperclub will feature an evening of fabulous seafood, bubbly, music and cocktails.
The plush retro-themed bar will be transformed into an island paradise with palm trees, starfish, coral and kelp. Guests will be greeted with a glass of Moët & Chandon champagne and a leis. Maggie’s will be bringing the beach to Fulham Road with staff in tropical uniforms and the summer sounds of Calypso and Reggae music. Fruity Belvedere cocktails will also be on offer, served up in coconuts and pineapples.
When it comes to food, Tres Chic head chefs Nick Hudson and Sebastian Cooke have created a variety of sweet and savoury canapés to delight your taste buds. Among the dishes, include Foie Gras Lollipops, Spinach and Goat Cheese Crostini with truffle honey, exotic Mushroom Vol au Vents, Black Forest Gateaux and Macaroons. Meanwhile, talented Sushi master, Chef Taka has whipped up some Oriental European fusion menus, such as Tuna Nigiri with chili and truffle, Salmon with lime purée and Sea Bass Aburi with Ponzu.
Following dinner, a live Caribbean steel band will really get the party started with the bar staff serving up Pina Coladas, Long Island Ice Teas and Sex on the Fulham Beach cocktails so you can dance and drink until the early hours.
- Under The Sea Supper Club with Tres Chic takes place on Friday 8 July 2016 from 7-10pm. At Maggie’s, 329 Fulham Road, SW10 9QL. Nearest station: South Kensington, Gloucester Road or Fulham Broadway. Tickets: £40 (includes bottomless food, a glass of Moet et Chandon and three Belvedere cocktails). For booking, visit Design My Night.
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