From their FAQ page
"What does human flesh taste like?
When prepared by us, unbelievable. Of the meats you are likely to find in stores, pork is the closest match.
Where do you get your specialty meat?
Our avenues of procurement vary. Most of the businesses and institutions who supply us prefer to keep those relationships discreet. On the individual level, bodies are often bequeathed to us. For some, this is a way to supplement life insurance and offset funerary expenses. For others, such as Cannibal Club member Gwendoline Fenwich, who was served to her friends and relatives at the Club in January of 2008, being prepared as a meal, and thereby reborn into the bodies of the living, is an attractive alternative to the more traditional practices of burial and cremation.
We take considerable care to ensure that all our meat is produced legally and ethically, and derived only from young, healthy bodies.
Isn't cannibalism wrong?
Cannibalism, as traditionally practiced, usually shows respect to the deceased, who is desired to be reborn into the living, or offered as a worthy sacrifice to some deity. It is never our practice to debase or objectify human life. Arguments against cannibalism are typically grounded in ignorance, cultural prejudice, and nonsensical spiritual beliefs.
Doesn't cannibalism cause disease?
Prion diseases of the nervous system, such as kuru, are associated with the consumption of brain tissue, which is not part of our menu.
What is your address? I want to visit!
Introduce yourself through our contact page and we will send you information about our membership process. It is necessary for us to operate privately and to vet our members in order to avoid disruption from the less enlightened."