Taking experiential dining to the next level, Supperclub.tube hosts 36-person banquets in a reappropriated London Tube train carriage. Rose Dykins reports

The UK’s only dine-in tube carriage, Supperclub.tube, has launched a new seasonal Latin American tasting menu.

Supperclub.tube offers an experiential fine-dining experience inside a vintage 1967 Victoria Line carriage, serving innovative cuisine in an original and distinctly British setting.

Situated inside London’s Walthamstow Pumphouse Museum, the dining experience transcends the ordinary. Guests are welcomed aboard the stationed Transport For London (TFL) train that has been  transformed into a fully functioning 36-cover restaurant, complete with tables, linen, silverware, and first-class service.Supperclub.tubeSupperclub.tubeColombian head chef Beatriz Maldonado Carreño takes guests on an eclectic journey of Latin American cuisine with her seasonally evolving six-course menu. The dishes she creates for Supperclub.tube showcase the culinary traditions of her culture, combined with British cooking techniques and seasonal produce – and the latest menu is filled with tantalising options.

Supperclub.tube’s new tasting menu features Gorditas (blue, white and red Mexican-style corn bread topped with Yucatan-style pulled-pork, chipotle and achiote sauce, pickled apple and chilli).Supperclub.tubeThis is followed by main courses that bring out the best of the season, such as Ceviche Ecuatoriano (lime-cured cod, spring onion, heritage tomatoes, coriander, tomato and rocoto chilli leche de tigre) and a succulent Ocopa (saddle of lamb, roasted potato, yellow chilli mash, purple potato crisps, sweetheart cabbage and ocopa sauce).

The new dessert offering at Supperclub.tube includes rich chocolate cake, dulce de leche wontons, chocolate and coffee mousse, and uchuva and pineapple compote. Supperclub.tubeFor drinks, Supperclub.tube offers a curated collection of South American wines and bespoke cocktails that are crafted to complement each dish. The menu includes a tequila-based Peachy Paloma cocktail, and wines from Argentina, Uruguay and Chile, available by the bottle or the glass.

Taking inspiration from old-school glamour – as well as injecting much-needed glamour into the setting of the everyday commute for London’s population –  Supperclub.tube’s interior blends vintage charm and contemporary elegance, complete with TFL’s iconic Moquette seating, adverts and TFL signage. The sophisticated ambiance is accentuated by soft, atmospheric lighting, with a musical playlist of chilled-out jazz.Supperclub.tubeNow in its ninth year, Supperclub.tube is open weekly from Thursday to Saturday and caters for vegetarian, vegan and gluten free diners. The six-course dining experience starts from £67 per person. It’s also possible to purchase gift cards for Supperclub.tube, including dinner for two (£134) and dinner for two on a private table (£146).