Come and join us at our next Malaysian Supperclub - a feast of authentic malaysian food.
About our Malaysian Supperclub:
We serve 8 courses of delicious Authentic Malaysian home cooking dishes, from Nyonya curries to favourites hawker stall food incorporating Indian Muslim Mamak, Malay and Chinese flavours.
Our supperclubs are super sociable, fun and friendly affairs. We have communal tables, lots of delicious food and people who come on their own never feel left out either.
Feel free to BYOB
(Note: Sorry, the menus are not suitable for vegetarians as it is not easy to substitute the ingredients in the dishes)
What the Malaysian By May Supper Club is all about:
It is an evening of feasting on Authentic Malaysian Food!
*It’s usually about 8 courses and the menu is usually a combination of Malay, Chinese, Indian, Nyonya and our other unique fusion cuisines.
*Seating is on communal tables where you will get to meet other foodies and make some new friends. Our guests so far have been really friendly and singles don’t feel left out if they come on their own.
*Be adventurous, you can come by yourself and meet some friendly new people. A lot of people do.
*It’s unique and fun
Malaysian By May runs regular Malaysian supperclubs and pop ups around London. May had also been invited to host a sold out event at Oliver Peyton’s ‘Friday Night Socials’ at the National Cafe in The National Gallery and several other pop up events around town.
See what others have said about our supperclub:
"We had such an incredible time at May's supper club - wonderful food in such a wonderful atmosphere. It really added to the evening having May explain the history of Malaysian cuisine so we knew why we were eating what we were eating. I cannot fault the evening, May and her team went above and beyond to produce some really exciting dishes - we didn't want to leave! We will most definitely be returning soon. Thank you May. Dawn"
Note from Organisers: Tickets are being promoted in a few places so even if this event looks a bit empty it probably isn't :)