Disappearing Dining Club bring people together to enjoy great food and drink in private and unusual spaces.
Our focus is on quality, seasonal ingredients, classic cooking, and tasty food. Drinks are carefully chosen, staff are friendly, dinners and parties relaxed; it’s about having a good time in under-the-radar, in-the-know, hard-to-find places and spaces.
We have opened (and closed) temporary restaurants and dining rooms in Old Street, Bethnal Green, Brick Lane, Bermondsey, and now have our first properly permanent location, Little Quiet, near Barbican.
Combining long and varied careers in restaurants, bars, festivals and clubs in New York, London, Stockholm, Ibiza and Melbourne, founder Stuart Langley and Head Chef Fredrik Bolin have been throwing dinner parties in lighthouses, launderettes, abandoned music venues, antiques shops, department stores, churches, salvage yards, railway arches, photographic studios, film sets, galleries, fashion stores, recording studios, private homes, stately homes, car parks, beaches, rooftops, street food markets, gardens, and countless warehouses of all shape and size since 2010.
Disappearing Dining Club have been using dinners parties to raise money for Teenage Cancer Trust since 2013 by adding £1 donations to restaurant bills and ticket prices. Thank you for supporting this very good cause.
Dinner parties in unusual and private spaces
Tasty, simple, unfussy food
Restaurant dining, plus public and private dinners