Underground Dining: The Loaves and Fishes Supper Club
Blogger Lilly Higgins runs an underground restaurant called the Loaves and Fishes Supper Club and I interviewed her for a feature that was broadcast on Lyric fm’s Culture File last week. As the piece was very short, I couldn’t use very much of her interview but, seeing as there is so much interest in the whole idea of underground dining at the moment, here’s a podcast of the chat we had at her home in Cobh last month.
Lilly talks about how and why she does it, being one of eight – and therefore having lots of sisters to help out and boss around! – and running a night that is a cross between a house party and a restaurant. She’s also hoping to see a lot more food bloggers taking the leap and setting up their own pop-up restaurants.
I haven’t been to the Loaves and Fishes Supper Club yet – that’s a treat for another month! – but Clare at An American in Ireland wrote about her night’s experience in January.
Lilly Higgins talks to Caroline Hennessy for Bibliocook: All About Food about her Loaves and Fishes Supper Club.
Caroline, Brilliant interview, I really want to go along, hopefully have a candidate or two to go!! 🙂 Luv the new site.xx
Me too! I was hoping to be there for April but now can’t make it so have my fingers crossed for May. Thanks for the compliment too!
Nice to find your blog after your tweet, we definitely have to get our own underground scene going this year!
Have you ever come across any underground dining or pop-up restaurants in NZ, Alli? It’s really started to take off here.