Fancy a brain burger, feet and thyroid nuggets or skewered hearts for lunch? If you've got the stomach for brains and offal, get down to Lower Marsh Market in Waterloo today to sample dishes from new food truck The Gory Gourmet - part of a horror-movie publicity campaign. We are assured everything is made using responsibly sourced British ingredients.
On a carb-free diet? Reach for a bag of Snackingham between meals. Made by British charcuterie specialists Serious Pig, these top-notch snacks include cured and air-dried pieces of pork loin infused with herbs and spices.
Don't be disappointed if you couldn't get tickets for the Kensington Gardens production of The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, because now you can enjoy a Narnia-themed tea instead (£22-£32). Until September 9, the Royal Garden Hotel is offering Aslan apple and almond slices, fluffy Lucy lemon tarts and White Witch pasta for the kids. Oh, and champagne for adults.
The Notting Hill Carnival is coming to town, which means we can spend the long weekend eating authentic jerk chicken, curried goat, fried plantain, rice and peas, and, of course, rum punch.