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30 reviews of Supperclub London in English
Ho Chi Mi...
Manager at Friendly Booking Co., Ltd
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I planned to take my team to Supper club as a thank you as they had been working so hard. I contacted Supper Club and made a table reservation for mid-November. The afternoon before we were due to dine I received a call from Supper Club saying that they were unable to honour our booking.
I apologised to my team and told them they'd have to hold on a little longer for our night out.
After many reassurances from Supper Club that this would not happen again, I made a second table reservation for late November. Two days before we were due to dine, guess what happened?
Yep another cancellation.
And what was the reason?
Answer: Supper Club had not received enough reservations to make the evening profitable and thus had decided not to open.
Obviously I won't make the same mistake a third time!
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Notting Hill is a superb, chick location, and the Supperclub just confirms it.
Glamours, domesticated and impressive decor, lovely staff that seem to be having fun, a club like a club should be,great music and excellent choice of drinks, had a great night out there with friends and planing the next one!
Location was fine, a bit too clinical though. Music was great. Drinks a bit pricey, the eating on your bed concept not my cup of tea but overall an ok night. Eventually not sure if going back, since you can find too many better alternatives around!
My friends and I decided to go here for a last night out before I got married a few weeks ago. I’d had a big hen do but this was a last send off. They were informed of this via email and said they’d do something special but they didn’t- I saw other groups getting cocktails with those firey sparklers too. Bit annoying that we were ignored.
I love the fantasy and performance idea- we’ve been to the Amsterdam one and that was fab. Performance here was good and a novelty but the employees are so far up their own **** that it’s just reeks of pretention.
What really made me angry was that after the food was finished being served (interesting but nothing like as good as the Amsterdam one) everyone got their bills. We were ignored. As the room started to fill up with the customers who’d come for the club part of the evening, the waiters were rushed off their feet and took us half an hour to get one to sort us out. Then the credit card machine didn’t work. For 2 hours they tried again and again, first at our bed, then in the cloak room. I know if it’s not working what can you do? But no one offered us free drinks (although the manager offered one modelling looking girl a drink when the same thing happened to her)
I was stood in the cloak room with drunk people barging past me while the waiter then went off (FOR HALF AN HOUR) to try our card on a machine upstairs. We couldn’t move as we just had to wait for him. Some of my party were outside and some still at the bed waiting for me, I couldn’t leave the cloakroom incase the waiter came back. Unbelievably bad customer service. I was getting madder and madder as this was my last night out before the wedding and meant to be special. We had tickets to go onto a club and we needed to leave.
It was 1 am by the time the waiter came back and I was so angry I asked to see the manager. My brother had gone to get cash so we paid them but even after asking for a discount, they only would take off the cont…
service. I told the manager he’d ruined our night as everyone had lost their buzz and were just fed up and tired with the booze wearing off and having waited for 2 hours. We couldn’t go on to the club we had tickets for as it was too late to get in. I couldn’t believe it when the manager turned around and said ‘Oh come on, we haven’t ruined your night!’
Who exactly is he to say whether he’s ruined our night or not? I think it’s up to us how we feel?
This place is obnoxious, rude and run by pretentious idiots who this they are above their customers. I would never go again. So disappointed as I was really looking forward to a night of exciting and interesting performance with dinner, and hoped to be made to feel a little special too- no chance of this.
The other thing that bothered me is that my brother is in a wheel chair. They seemed overly cautious about everything he did- probably worried about a law suit. He is extremely independent and stairs etc don’t bother him, yet even after we said this, they made us sit downstairs and made him smoke outside on his own- we weren’t allowed to go with him. I think they were so worried about offending us, they actually did in the end- I think this is why they didn’t come over with the bill, they thought they’d let us have the table after dinner (usually you have to spend a minimum amount of drink to keep it). We had said in our confirmation email we didn’t want to keep it as moving on to the club, but they seemed to think we did want to keep it- yet never came over for table service.
Altogether very odd. Not impressed at all. They didn’t even try to placate us or rectify the situation once it had gone wrong. My brother actually works for a very well known TV station who does documentaries and this could very well spark off an idea for a new one on how terrible customer service in this country can be.
I didn’t get the full experience of this place as we turned up very late and didn’t eat so this review is of the clubbing experience only. I found it quite clean and clinical both in terms of the decoration and the music, which is unfortunate – clubs should be dirty, dark, and edgy, with an underlying feeling of tension like something dangerous is about to happen. This place has none of that. Will be trying the Amsterdam version in a couple of weeks
If eating dinner on your lap in a darkened nightclub on a bed overlooking a dancefloor with staff of all flavours (masseurs, pole dancers, front of house in drag, fancy-dressed waiting staff and the like) milling around you is your scene, then you'll doubtless want to give the Supperclub a try.
It's not nearly as offensive as many Qypers make out, but I must agree SupperClub was full of unimaginative types with a little too much money. Something about the atmosphere is conducive to people behaving like silly children. Possibly something to do with the Jägerbombs they keep throwing at you towards the end of the night...
I preferred this place in its previous incarnation as the club Neighbourhood.
Actually it feels harsh giving so few stars; the service was okay, the food was okay, the evening was overpriced but then you are paying for the experience so that's forgiveable, the room was well-thought-out, the sound-system very good, the entertainment was predictable but it passed the time...
It's just it wasn't my scene.
About the food. The food was actually promising; by that I mean it started off well. My fish cake starter appeared to consist of a variety of raw fish plus blobs of fragrant curry mousse. Naturally the fish was very fresh, although it consisted mostly of white fish. White fish and strong spice: an inoffensive combination, but a stupid one. Sadly downhill from there: the second course was a large paper cup of the type of gloopy soup you might expect from a high street chain sandwich shop. I'm sure it was much better than that - but I never tried it. Soup in a paper cup, when I'm wearing a suit and celebrating a friend's birthday: NO. The main course was edible. The lamb was too fatty, the blobs of sauce squeezed onto the plate were non-descript. The crispy seaweed-style greens on top were brilliant if impossible to eat. Joyously, the dessert - and by this time you are half on the dance floor, Jägerbombs being thrown at you - the dessert was chocolate, sumptuous, and served with perfect fresh summer fruits.
I saw loads of bad reviews about this place before going and was panicking my friends and I were going to have a rubbish time and I'd organized it!
As soon as we arrived I could not see one reason why people had written such bad reviews until a chance encounter on the stairs made me realize it wasn't the place, it was the people!!
On the way up to the toilets from the bar, this woman who was following me started exclaiming "omg what a terrible design, the toilets are nowhere near the bar, how awful rubbish design what an awful design" ... "what!?" I thought!? How many bars do you go to where that’s the case, it didn’t seem out of the ordinary to go up some steps to the toilets in a bar/club!? From that moment I realized that the people writing these reviews must be miserable and just out for a moan.
The host was a wonderful young man who our group befriended (with a sexy swagger all girls will envy!!). The performers were brilliant, we had a great giggle and just enjoyed ... it didn’t matter what they did it was something different.
A great relaxed vibe where you and friends can lie around on your beds, feeling relaxed and informal, you don’t get that in a standard restaurant.
The food was AMAZING, we had scallops, venison steak, crab and lobster soup plus a delicious desert and scrummy canapés when we first arrived, drink prices were same as London so I don’t think overly expensive (well they are but no more than in the rest of the south!!!)
The house music played was GREAT, if you know music then you'll love it, if you're in to rmb funky rubbish and think that's "house" then don't bother or go and moan like everyone else on these reviews.
Anyone who has moaned about the staff on here obviously were grumpy to them. We smiled, they smiled, we had one vegetarian and 3 separate allergies between us and they were very mindful of it. The staff gave 110% to everyone.
We will definitely go back and I'll be telling everyone to go. I never write reviews but I've come on here as I wanted to counteract these bad reviews.
If you are live and let live, go enjoy meeting new people, lovely unique staff, good food, and a relaxed, be who you want to be atmosphere. It’s amazing … I actually had more fun at this one than the one in NL!
This place is a waste of money & time. I went with high expectations and was massively disappointed. The food is appalling, which would be fine if the club made up for it in other ways, but it doesn't. The live acts are tame, last about 2 mins and it all seemed incredibly contrived.The crowd is young bankers are jeans and shirts (says it all). There are women walking around offering massages (oh, please, whatever, this isn't a warehouse party in '95). The music is middle of the road dance music, the sort of thing you might find on a 'best of' compilation CD. The drinks menu looks impressive - but my impressive sounding cocktail just tasted like a vodka and orange.
The novelty of sitting on a foot rest (not a bed) wears thin after about 10 mins.
I went to Supperclub for a art/fashion show during the London fashion week and was looking forward to discover this place having heard great things abour the one in Amsterdam.
The place has a lot of potential, the idea of having dinner on a bed is not my cup of tea but I understand why it can be appealing for others, but the staff uniform, the atmosphere and the people there fail to impress me!
They had put on a show which took hours to start and lasted 2 minutes.
The bar is very small and you would expect it to look clean and well organised which is not (1 type of beer per fridge sorry to be picky but...), the host of the night was having his dinner when we came in and finally what's with the atmosphere in the bar?....or should I say the lack of it! Don't go there on your own or you'll stay on your own all night!
Really not a good experience which is a shame for a venue with that much potential!
We went to Supperclub last weekend for the set menu & show and booked a 'bed'. I was so much looking forward to it as I had heard that the one in Amsterdam is amazing. I was completely disappointed. Over priced drinks, the food was really average and the show could have been so much better! I wouldn't go again and would definitely not recommend to any of my friends. This place could be amazing, they need to figure that out!
Go with good friends, clean feet (you lay on a bed), and a wad of cash and you'll have a rolicking good night here.
It's a mashup of entertainment, food and freaks and is definitely worth a look if you haven't been to the other Supperclubs (which I will defer to my other trusted Qypers who say they are much better - haven't been).
Food is interesting in taste and service (pizza boxes for salad), and it's four courses so you can afford to not love every one. Our group felt the first few were better than the "main" but regardless, there was enough to go around.
The wine list is good, but nothing under £20, and a beer is £6+ so probably best to head for a cheeky one before getting there for the 8pm start.
The music migrates with the mood - loungy to start, party by the end. We went on a Weds night, so dancefloor moves were cut short by our day jobs but could definitely hit it up for a big night at the weekend (if you can get in).
If you have a TasteCard then you get 50% off (except Fri/Sat) and then the experience becomes more accessible and enjoyable.
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