We are delighted to introduce our chef for our next Supper Society – Chris Harrison. Chris has years of experience working in award winning and Michelin starred restaurants, under some of the world’s top chefs; including The Fat Duck under Heston Blumenthal, and The Hand & Flowers under Tom Kerridge.
His culinary talents and exciting flavour combinations will offer our guests an open minded dining experience!
We wanted playful and simple ideas that could be worked up into and around The Chimney House to be more than a Supper Club and more than just ‘dining’. We wanted the menu to be interesting and edgy but with a luxurious and sophisticated edge. One to surprise and delight.
We are ultra excited about working with Chris! It will be a totally new dining experience to anything we have presented before.
The next Supper Society will convene on Thursday 24th March 2016 at The Chimney House, 4 Kelham Island at 7.30pm.
Seats are £55 each
Societiers will indulge in an adventurous dining experience.
The Society will dine at 8pm.
Taxis will be outside The Chimney House at 11pm.
To book call 0114 2767885, email firstname.lastname@example.org or purchase online HERE(advance card payments only)
Payments taken online will be subject to a booking fee which is donated to charity (see Party For The People for more details)
Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferrable.
Prices are inclusive of VAT
About Supper Society
‘A mysterious society dedicated to the curious consumption of food within the walls of The Chimney House’.
Hung loosely on a ‘Supper Club’ principle, Supper Society is the only time individual seats can be booked to attend a dining event in The Chimney House which usually hosts private dining events in the Pop Up Dining Hall for private parties and celebrations.
Supper Society is described as a ‘mysterious society dedicated to the curious consumption of food’ and entertains ‘Societiers’ for the course of an evening and a secret theme which changes for each event. Societiers have no idea of their experience until they arrive on Kelham Island when they are passed a secret note on the approach to The Chimney House as preparation for the theme they will find themselves immersed in on arrival.
Sally Clark, Owner of The Chimney House explains ‘Supper Society takes The Chimney House to the next level of bespoke event presentation, we are avid pursuers of creative styling to enhance experiences and bolster imaginations to transport minds and souls away from the daily and mundane. To enter a Society based entirely on that ethos – just for the course of an evening is escapism worth experiencing.’
Societiers will experience an unknown menu which has been crafted to reflect the imagination and genius from guest creative kitchen teams who place their emphasis on presentation and the ‘reveal’ of items as well as incredible ingredients combined to create inspiring tasty courses in keeping with chosen themes.
Sally continues ‘we have been asked hundreds of times if guests of The Chimney House can book places for dinner with us…Dinner almost seems a little humdrum – so we’ve created a Society that is open to everyone and gives us a chance to combine creative alliances with chefs who are willing to pick up our challenge of the creation of ‘a mysterious society dedicated to the curious consumption of food…’
Societiers must be prepared to put themselves in our hands and be guided through an evening which is as much about experience and ambiance as it is about food and its presentation.
Societiers attending Supper Society will be not told what Society to expect until they arrive on Kelham Island. They will be handed a note on the approach to The Chimney House which will contain one word which will be the Supper Society theme.
Guests can book 1,2,3,4,5,6 seats at a time
Societiers will not be given menus beforehand, but will be told details of various parts of the evening.
Societiers must inform us of dietary requirements 7 days before the event for which we will cater bespoke.
The Chimney House encourages the bringing of ones own wine and ales. We do not provide wines/ales/beers. We will advise on wine types which will compliment each course.
Everyone who attends Supper Society will eat the same unless they inform us of specific dietary requirements in the weeks leading up to Supper Society.
We’ve teamed up with the boutique and bespoke Sheffield wine specialist – Starmore Boss to give you a hand-picked wine guide for the next Society.
Our wine list has been tailored by the inimitable Barry Starmore, a former Savoy Group sommelier, with over 25 years of wine experience. The focus is on wines sourced and selected for their quality, heritage and provenance.
Barry has picked wines to perfect compliment our super secret Supper Society menu. Drop in at 257 Sharrow Vale Road to grab a bottle of two!
Giol Prosecco Frizzante – £9.95
Organically grown grapes from Treviso, Venzie. Less bubbles, very easy, pleasant, moreish style.
Moulin de Gassac Rose Frizzante – £18
Fresh summer berry fruits, made by an amazing producer in Languedoc, Southern France. Subtle bubbles with lingering fresh flavours.
Nyetymber Classic Sparkling 2010 – £29
Our favourite Sussex sparkler, dry, but lively with bubbles to wake up the all the flavour receptors on the palate. Citrusy notes in abundance.
Izardi Rioja Bianco – £11
White flowers with light subtle tropical fruits, super fresh finish.
Trinity Hill Hawkes Bay Gimblett Gravels Viognier – £20
A fuller mouthcoating than the Izardi, stone fruits and rounded richness with an elegant smooth finish, from North Island New Zealand.
Macon Verze O. Leflaivre – £25
Classic burgundy, elegant Chardonnay with background oak notes, clean lean refreshing, light tropical fruits.
De Bortoli Durif Vat Series – £10
Lots of dark berry flavours and a hint of savoury spice. American oak barrel aged, allows the tannins to relax and open the fruits up.
Cotes du Rhone St Leger Laudin – £18
A tiny estate now run by the son. A full dense and rich Rhone. Dark and inky colours hold no clue to the smooth and lingering dark berry fruit, and background black pepper.
Gran Poetico Blend Vista Flores – £31
The grapes are vinified separately and are made up from Malbec, Syrah and Petit Verdot. Full and rich. Lots of layers to again compliment the flavours of supper.