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Restaurant in my home, Rathfarnham

Vegetarians and vegans catered for – just let me know in advance

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Typical menu

Aperitif: Glass of prosecco.

Choice of starters

  • Chorizo, rocket and roast pepper salad; or

  • tomato, coriander and coconut soup (vegan).


  • Homemade tomato and olive bread (vegan); and

  • homemade brown soda bread.

Choice of main courses:

  • Aubergine, sesame, tomato and pasta bake (vegetarian).

Both with: Celery heart, apple and pine nut salad (vegan).

Choice of desserts:

  • Chocolate mousse; or

  • fruit salad (vegan).

Tea and coffee: Selection of Barry’s herbal teas, normal tea and cafetière coffee.

Homemade biscuits: Macaroons

Bring your own wine. Fantastic value night at €30 per person. Solo diners very welcome.

Private bookings on other nights – great for bookclubs, walking groups, film groups etc.

Sheila explains SupperClubDublin on 4FM

Listen here to SupperClubDublin on 4FM with Gareth O’Callaghan, Thursday 25 March 2010

What is SupperClubDublin?

Well it’s basically a restaurant that I hold in my home once a fortnight and diners pay €30 to join for the night. I make all the food, including the bread, and use organic produce when possible. Diners sit at shared tables.

How does it work?

  • You contact me by email at to book letting me know how many people are coming. I email you back confirming your places and with a map and address of our house.
  • Solo diners are very welcome and will get a chance to meet new people.
  • I email you the final menu a couple of days in advance and you email me back your choice of main course. There is a choice on the night of two starters and two desserts.
  • You arrive on the night, bringing your own wine and sit at a table with some other diners. We give you a glass of prosecco to start.
  • Then you have a choice of starters, your pre-ordered main course, a choice of desserts, tea, coffee or camomile tea and macaroons. See menu below.
  • The night goes on for as long as people like.
  • The guests all go home and we clear up!
  • Please note, the menu may change depending on availability of ingredients.

  • There will be jugs of filtered water on the tables. I have been using Daniel Downey’s filter system for several years and find it really economic and good.

Food musings – random thoughts on food and life

Diary of a supper club

Come on your own or bring some friends

You are more than welcome to come solo to a SupperClubDublin event. Depending on numbers there is either one long table or several mixed tables.

Private parties catered for

SupperClubDublin will be delighted to talk to you about a private night either in your home or mine. Your guests can be sure of a delicious homemade meal.

Please email


And if you would like to try some of the SupperClubDublin dishes, here are some recipes.

Boeuf Bourguignon

Yorkshire pudding

Lemon-raspberry cupcakes

Chocolate cake or cupcakes

Chocolate mousse

Brown soda bread with sunflower seeds

White soda bread with sultanas

The chocolate mousse - add cream if you dare

Setting up table for Saturday 13 March

Dinner in full swing

My friend Angela who slaved away for the night! Angela is planning to do one at a later date when I will return the favour.

Written by SOKNH

February 19, 2010 at 12:39 pm