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
London Cooking Project
Stories On Our Plate (SOOP) and Alissa Timoshkina invite you to a unique food and storytelling dinner, sharing the mixed heritage of Alissa’s family and the melting pot of Siberia. Expect recipe cards, interactive questions, and more! All proceeds from the monthly SOOP supper clubs go towards the SOOP culinary training programme for refugee chefs. As with every SOOP monthly supper club the menu is in the spirit of sharing.
Siberia, a vast region in Russia, is enveloped in mystery. With temperatures reaching -40 in winter, it is perceived as a vast plane eternally covered in snow. Come to Salt and Time: Stories from a Siberian Kitchen to discover the real Siberia through its food and personal accounts of cook and curator, Alissa Timoshkina. Born in Siberia in 1984 to a family of mixed ethnic backgrounds, Alissa came to the UK almost 20 years ago, and is now hosting and curating unique dining experiences around London. Best known for her cinema-supper club, KinoVino, Alissa also explores food and culture from her native Siberia in a series of popup dinners, entitled Salt and Time. Organised by SOOP, Stories on Our Plates, these two evenings will promise to enrich your cultural and gastronomic knowledge as well as fill your bellies with great food and drink, and your spirits with positive vibes. A beautiful summery menu will include, okroshka (a refreshing cold soup), a buckwheat tabouleh, courgette ‘caviar’ and spicy Soviet Korean salads, you can except delicious cocktails and a poppyseed cheesecake with berry-infused vodka to culminate the night on a high note!
6&7 July – Joey O’Hare and Alissa Timoshkina supper club @ Our / London. Book here
3 August – KinoVino Pakistan with Sumayya Usmani. Book here