I’m quite partial to a supper club. The difficulty I have is finding one that is on a night I’m not already busy, has a menu I can see and like, (I’ve been burnt by surprise menus in the past!) isn’t too expensive and I have someone who is equally interested in going with me!
Dee’s vegan rib dinner at 10 Cable Street ticked all the boxes so on Thursday my Husband and I headed off to Whitechapel to fill our bellies!
I have never been to 10 Cable Street before but it’s a lovely space and perfect for supper clubs. There were long tables with benches and the dishes we served on boards and in bowls for four to share.
The ribs were made from jackfruit and had been cooked in a ginger beer barbeque sauce. They were lovely, moist and chewy.
We had smokey beans on the side as well as a gorgeous mac and cheese which wasn’t too saucy (which I like) we were brought out extra bowls when we had finished too! There was also baked potatoes, corn cobs and amazing squash and hominy cornbread.
For dessert we had a giant peanut butter cookie with ice cream and caramel sauce. The sauce was amazing, the cookie was warm and crumbly and with the cold ice cream combo I was in heaven!
We just drank water that was on the table but there were alcoholic and soft drinks available to buy.
I really enjoyed this meal and would definitely head back to another supper club by Dee.
What’s your favourite comfort food? Let me know in the comments below.
For our last meal of our Camden mini-trip we decided to head to Rudy’s Dirty Vegan Diner in the Stables Market for an early lunch before heading home.
I couldn’t see a full menu online but from reading reviews it was classic American with burgers, hot dogs and macaroni cheese available.
They do a great meal deal for £10 for a main, fries and a drink so my Husband and I both went for this option, him with a burger and me with the Reuben sandwich and a side of mac & cheese.
I’ve never had a Reuben sandwich, vegan or otherwise but this definitely won’t be my last! Wholemeal bread packed with vegan pastrami, cheese, sauerkraut, pickles and Russian dressing this sandwich spoke to my heart! I love pickly flavours so the combo of sauerkraut and pickles was a big plus for me! My Husband was also impressed with the number of pickles in his burger! He did say the bun was a little dry but the patty was really juicy.
The mac and cheese came with vegan bacon and sour cream on top. This was a decent mac and cheese. I’m not into mac and cheese as much as some people are but I think Rudy’s version would definitely be up there.
The portions are generous so we saved half to have for dinner later, definitely getting your money’s worth!
I saw someone else order a hotdog and that’s what I’m going to go for next time!
Rudy’s has a nice corner unit with seating both inside and out which is an added bonus as most places in Camden Market are just stalls or have a couple seats at the counter.
Have you sampled Rudy’s Dirty Vegan Diner? What did you think? Let me know in the comments below.