Oh look, there's the last few seats available for the Latitudinal Cuisine dinner. The deal is it's always free and focuses on countries based along a certain latitude line - this time it's longitude 128 meridian east, so Japan, North and South Korea, China and Australia. You bring a dish related to one of the countries and some booze (don't be shy on helping clear up afterwards) and you get an vibrant evening of unexpected food and chat. It takes place in Shoreditch from 8pm and you need to book your place at the table here.
Or later that evening, there's a 'Flavour of Herbs' menu being offered by the White Room Supper Club. For your delectation, there's smoked salmon and dill tartlets, watercress mousse, chervil soup, slow roasted leg of lamb with wild garlic stuffing on saffron rice, followed by basil creme, apricot compote and shortbread biscuits. Springy, right? Tickets cost £37.50 from here, it takes place in Islington and the dining starts at 7.30pm.
Or, more food still, as Shoreditch's legendary Lennie's Cafe is taken over for night and given a bit of a samba makeover - Chef Lucianne Fraga is cooking up a Brazilian feast. Expect pao de queijo (those delicious warm cheese rolls), shrimp moqueca, monkfish and mango, duck and purple potato for mains, finishing with passion fruit pannacotta with doce de leite caramel, which all sounds well tasty. Tickets are available through a new sort of crowdfunding supperclub site called Crowd Munch - basically, you pledge money to eat and if the cash total is raised, then the meal goes ahead. Pledge here - and it will all start at 7pm.