A fisherman is uniting with an award-winning London chef for a one-night pop-up supper club in the Suffolk countryside.

Tide launched at the start of 2023 and is a seasonal supper club that celebrates local Suffolk seafood.

So far this year the pop-up has hosted a handful of events that showcase local produce, chefs and seafood. 

Launched by Mike Warner, a local fisherman and food writer, the sell-out events are hosted at a rural barn in Clopton Green.

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The next installment, called 'Autumn Tide,' is now available to book for Sunday, October 1, and will feature award-winning London chef Maria Elia, who hosts several supper clubs and specialises in Mediterranean cooking. 

Diners will enjoy cocktails, wine and four courses as part of their ticket price.

A social media post that announced the event read: "We'll be celebrating our local fish and shellfish, harvested right here on the Suffolk coast, with a typically Mediterranean menu from Maria, drawing inspiration from her Greek heritage."

Tickets go live today (Wednesday, August 23) and sell out quickly, so those interested are encouraged to book on their website, apassionforseafood.com.