Some things in life are better left alone.
But rest assured, feasting on innovative cuisine and supping beautiful cocktails on a tube carriage, is categorically not one of those things.
And with that established, we can get on with telling you about The Underground Supper Club.
Taking place on a decommissioned 1967 Victoria Line tube carriage at the Pump House Museum, guests of this unique foodie experience will enjoy a flavour-packed four-course tasting menu, courtesy of Le Cordon Bleu chef, Alex Cooper. The cuisine is inspired by the flavours of Scandinavia, and presented in French Brasserie style, served right to your...seat.
As well as their regular supper clubs, you can also book in for specialist whisky dinners, promising four courses of seasonal fare, paired with tasting drams from the Edinburgh based Whisky Business. But if whisky isn't your thing - the Underground Supper Club also have an on-site bar serving ciders, spirits, and even a complimentary cocktail for your arrival.
Because let's face it; train journeys are much more fun with alcohol.
The Underground Supper Club is taking place over various dates between April and June 2016. Your ticket includes a four course meal, and cocktail on arrival.