Fillip for New Cross dining

The Kamayan Supper Club is planning a Filipino experience in New Cross, involving fishballs, kwek-kwek and Kare-Kare. They say:

Of all the Southeast Asian cuisines, Filipino is arguably the least known in the UK, and quite frankly, we think this is a real shame. Combining Southeast Asian ingredients and cooking styles with Chinese recipes and dishes, and overlaying a thick dollop of Hispanic influences (and some more modern American ones!), Filipino food is wonderfully characterful and full of flavour, and reflective of the Philippines’ complex and varied history as a trading hub between East and West. 

And it is because of this that we are launching a Filipino supper club in London. We are two friends who share a passion for Filipino food and want to share that passion with people around us. It’s quite simple, really – we love to socialise, and we love to cook.

Your hosts for the evening: Mae of Pepe’s Kitchen ( and Mark of

Location: A secret yet surprisingly easy-to-reach living/dining room in New Cross

Dates and Times: 7pm on Saturday 9th February, Saturday 16th February and Saturday 23rd February

Capacity: 10 people

Recommended Donation: £28 per head, BYO

To book a place, please email Mark at with the number of guests. Once your booking is acknowledged, please confirm by paying a £15 deposit (details to be provided).

Click here for full details and the menu.