Fans of Chef Nico Simeone have one more reason to celebrate, as he has opened the doors to his once secretive Supper Club in Glasgow’s southside.
Opened without a fanfare earlier last year on Fridays and Saturdays only, bookings were available to those who had signed up to a newsletter.
Supper Club by Nico, located on Nithsdale Road, is described as ‘a restaurant without walls’ which will appeal to an old-school social network of interesting, and like-minded foodies coming together for exclusive, salon-style soirees in a sophisticated yet relaxed atmosphere.
With a launch date of Friday 29th March, foodies are in for a decadent treat as the new menu consists of ten courses that includes dishes such as; crispy pig head, lovage and sour kohlrabi; aged beef, fermented pepper and smoked marrow; wild rice, fennel and apple dressing; cod with brown butter, capers and brown shrimp; and a malt and Sea Buckthorn ice cream sandwich.
Chef Nico Simeone said: “Supper Club gives us the space to play with our own canvas. We love what we do in our other restaurants across Glasgow and the new Supper Club will take it one step further, elevate our offering and showcase some extra special food for guests to enjoy every Friday and Saturday.”
In this space, Nico invites guests to try cutting edge, ever evolving dining concepts. Each of the Supper Clubs menus will aim to take guests ‘by surprise’ and cooking periods and menu prices will vary with each concept.
Supper Club by Nico will be open on Friday and Saturday’s only with a limited number of bookings available for each sitting and the inaugural ten course tasting menu, which runs from 29th March – 27th April, will be priced at £45 per person with an additional £35 for paired wines.