KinoVino creates unique dinning experiences interlacing food and culture. Offering bespoke private events, unforgettable cinema-supper club gatherings and original food popups, your encounter with KinoVino events will always be surprising, enriching and utterly delightful. Journey with us into the world where food, film and story-telling merge, to discover new cinema cultures and eating rituals, intoxicating scents and flavours, and meet like-minded travellers to share these experiences with. Explore the schedule for our monthly KinoVino cinema-supper club, take a peek at the programme of popups and why not inquire about a bespoke private event just for yourself.
“KinoVino is a window to a more graceful, beautiful world, than the one we daily inhabit. Every detail is attended to, not least the presentation of all the elements. Just the sight of the dinner table is a visual feast” – guest’s feedback
Institute of Light, 10 Hemsley Place E8
This November, as part of BFI THRILLER season, we bring a screening of the cult film Fight Club, which will be interpreted into a bespoke menu by one of U.K’s hottest chefs, Dan Doherty (Duck & Waffle). This two-day edition will provide an unforgettable immersive experience with a surprising menu by one of the ‘high priests of Britain’s culinary revival’. Hosted at the beautiful Institute of Light in London Fields, the audience will enjoy Fight Club on the big screen once more, followed by a bespoke dinner in an electrifying setting.
KinoVino Residency at Nuclear Winter
3 Jan – 27 Jan 2018
STYX, 5 Ashley Road, London, N17 9LJ
Nuclear Winter is a festive extravaganza celebrating all things explosive. Produced by immersive pioneers RIFT in partnership with some of London’s most exciting supper clubs Blanch and Shock, Kino Vino and Grub Club at STYX in North London.
KinoVino will offer you a unique chance to travel in time behind the Iron Curtain, to savour the food from all four corners of the former Soviet Union. The meals will take you from Soviet Central Asia, to the Caucasus and the SouthWestern part of the USSR (Moldova, Ukraine, Belorussia) and culminate with a dinner in the capital featuring some of the classics from the Kremlin. This is a unique journey of flavours and Soviet history, gatherings that will broaden your culinary horizons and give you distinct insight into the eating rituals of people living behind the Curtain.