Ice cream for breakfast – sounds super naughty, and it is, but that’s not stopped Soho gelateria Comboco from launching a brekkie menu anyway. Choose from flavours including toast with whipped butter, pancakes and maple syrup or even a Bloody Mary sorbet. Start your day with a sin. Serving from 9am, prices start at £3.
Brixton Market has long been a fail-safe place to get your mitts on top-notch bargain grub, and adding to the cacophony of international cuisine being hawked this summer is the bunnychow truck, setting up at the new ‘Food Corner’ on Station Road.
The South African staple – a hollowed out loaf with curry – comes in five flavours, including crispy pork with shallots, peppers and barbecue sauce, and chicken with chilli, ginger and lemongrass. Plus this filling treat comes cheap at a fiver. Trading Monday to Saturday, 10am-5pm.
The Disappearing Dining Club’s Dinner Dance moves outwards and upwards for the next couple of months, setting up on an east London rooftop for a picnic and barbecue, plus buskers and ukuleles (this is east London, after all) and summer cocktails. Tickets for July and August are £55 and include welcome cocktail, picnic (with potted meats, fish, veg, salads and barbecue food), plus three drinks. There’s a back-up bad weather plan, too.