Jenius Social, a new food “social hub” featuring supper clubs, cookery classes and a deli under one roof, could be expanded to other locations depending on the success of the first site, which opens in north London in May, M&C Report has learnt.

The concept, which is led by Jennifer Yong, operates in a purpose built site in Islington measuring 1,315 sq ft.

It’s billed as a “vibrant social hub”. “Jenius Social will host a range of daily food adventures from supper clubs, cookery classes and experiences to special events with industry experts and select food producers from around the UK.

“The venue also features an on-site deli and shop filled with an array of hand picked items sourced from the best producers, plus a selection of kitchen accessories to enable foodies to recreate new talents at home.”

There will be a kitchen that’s available for private hire, photo shoots, food styling and industry filming. All furniture is free standing in the open plan dining room, deli and food shop which can seat up to 32.

A spokeswoman told M&C Report: “There is a long term plan to open more but this will very much depend on the opening and reception of the first Jenius Social.”