Ahoy! Pescetarian Delight by Supper Freek, Saturday 17 October 2015

Long time no sea old friends! (Pun pun).

We are back on Saturday 17 October with a great menu that brings the sea to your plate. We are going to be serving absolute classic Seafood/Fish dishes from both France and Greece topped with an amazing refreshing dessert.

So save the date, book your tickets and bring some friends with you. Put on your best sailor look if you feel like to, or come as you are if you don't, we will feed you all the same!

We look forward to sharing another fabulous Supper Freek evening with you!

Location: London, N4  Date: Saturday 17 October at 19:30  Duration: 3.00 hrs  Price: £25  

Note: we will share the full address with you after you book.

This is a BYOB event.



Peppers Stuffed with feta cheese and herbs


Cthapodi Xidato, Octopus cooked in wine vinegar and spices 


Lotte à l'Armoricaine - Monkfish cooked in a tomato, white wine and cognac sauce, served with rice


Tarte passion - Amazingly fresh dessert made with passion fruits, topped with the softness of fluffy meringue

What Our Guests Say About Us

I enjoyed the 'Jamie like' feel, the simple focus on gathering people around good food to share a good time. I liked the attention to detail but also the fact that the presentation was not over the top and that the food and flavour were really the center of attention. Alice D.
Great food, great company....the value (price, quality, company...) for money is far much better than any restaurants.... and I know what I am talking about as i live my food and restaurants ;-) all the best to Supper Freek!! Guillaume D.
Fantastic experience in every sense. The blend of French and Greek cuisines works wonders. And with 2 great hosts/chefs like Julie and Panos, it makes the Supper Freek even more meaningful! Miguel S.
I loved how the hosts presented each dish! This was the smallest supper club I've been to and I really enjoyed the intimacy. Great overall attention to detail and delicious food! Highly recommended. Kendall M.
Laid back atmosphere, very good cooking. Marrying French and Greek actually works! Thierry M.

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