01 Feb Cambridge College Supper Club February 2013
Note October 2017 – We don’t organise these Supper Clubs anymore. Please contact Trinity College directly.
Dine amongst striking portraits – On our second Cambridge College Supper Club, we will be dining at a site, which was originally obtained from the purchase of a house from John de Crauden to house the monks during their study. Trinity Hall is one of the oldest Colleges of Cambridge University. It was founded in 1350 for the study of law. Today the beautiful riverside setting is home to a friendly community of undergraduate and graduate students studying a range of subjects.
Imagine making your way through the gardens of one of the most attractive Colleges in Cambridge to the historic dining room, the Leslie Stephen Room. Nestled along the river and hidden between its larger neighbours Clare, Gonville and Caius, and Trinity Colleges, Trinity hall lies discretely beside the River Cam in the centre of Cambridge, insulated against the bustle of the town.
Dining at Trinity Hall, seated in one of their exclusive dining rooms and served by the attentive butler team, is a truly memorable experience. Trinity Hall is renowned for excellent cuisine and their extensive wine cellar, which stocks many fine vintage wines.
This beautiful room is named after Sir Leslie Stephen, the father of Virginia Woolf, who studied for both his BA in 1854 and MA in 1857 at Trinity Hall.
Smoked Trout Terrine
Mirabello Pinot Grigio, 2011 Italy
Slow Braised Lamb Shank
Emiliana Merlot, 2011 Chile
Lemon Tart with Norfolk lavender
Château Les Justices, Sauternes France
Coffee & College Mint Chocolates
- Limited spaces
- £ 97 pp
- Includes Sparkling wine and canapés
- 3-course fine dining menu
- Coffee and chocolates
- Flight of wine