Thursday, February 27th: So tonight, the folks at FoodCycle are taking surplus food from supermarkets, giving it to seven of the capital’s best chefs, and throwing a seven-course massive Mardi Gras gala to help raise money for charity. Devour the talented work of Michelin starred Giorgio Locatelli, Salt Yard’s Ben Tish, and Modern Pantry’s Anna Hansen -- you could even win a damn safari. Get all the details here
Thursday, February 27th: Scaredy Cat Cinema is bringing you old-school thrills when they take over the Notting Hill 20th Century Theatre for “an interactive screening” of Hitchcock’s classic Psycho. Please leave grandma at home -- book your seat here.
Friday, February 28th: Pop-up regulars Nicos Popupalot and his buddy Philthy are taking over the Dandelion Cafe in Camden for a weekend-long reef ’n’ beef (that’s surf ’n’ turf for those just waking up). They’ve put together a menu of starters at £6 (pulled pork profiteroles!), mains at £15 (pork belly w/ prawn scotch eggs!) or large-style rib-eye & lobster feasts. Click ’n’ pick right here
Friday, February 28th: Returning to the Dolls House after a sold-out stint last November, KOME are back with their their take on LA street food, boasting a mix of Mexican, Korean, Japanese, and more. We’re talking kimchi quesadillas, tuna tataki tostadas, agave pork belly, and other such tongue treats. Grab your ticket immediately
Monday, March 3rd: Kicking off National Pie Week (yes, it’s a thing), the Princess Victoria is having a pie-off (yes, that’s also a thing) with 20 chefs vying for the title of best interpretation of the classic pork pie. Joe Warwick, Tom Parker Bowles, and Christine Hayes (with a little help from your tastebuds) will judge on taste, texture, and appearance and wash it down with brews from craft brewery Portobello Beer. Be part of history, support a charity, and eat all the pies right here.