Calling all foodies: some of the capital's best chefs are doing their thing this weekend in Regent's Park, at the capital's' biggest culinary extravaganza, Taste of London.
And as if they didn't have enough on their plates already, we bothered them for their top food trend tips.
Daniel Doherty, Duck and Waffle
Forget avocado on toast - the new breakfast trend is spice, specifically Indian spices. Add a little more heat into breakfast with Indian spiced broccoli hash with fried egg (on the menu at D&W if you want to see how it is done), or, for an easy DIY one, spiced scrambled egg on toast.
Duck and Waffle, Heron Tower, 110 Bishopsgate, London EC2N 4AY, 020 3640 7310
Claudio Cardoso, Executive Chef, Sushisamba
People are being more cautious in what they put in their bodies, let's call it ' food conscience', and so they want food that is nutritious and delicious. Matcha is already a big thing: it is a fantastic product and is being used more and more in food. A great hack is matcha salt- simply mix matcha with sea salt for a tasty – and health-boosting - seasoning.
Sushisamba, Heron Tower, 110 Bishopsgate, London EC2N 4AY, 020 3640 7330,
Pascal Aussignac, Club Gascon
Indigenous ingredients are the new buzz. Nordic using Nordic. British producers using British… Native fish is the big thing here now, with tasty pollock being the fish to watch .
Club Gascon, 57 West Smithfield, EC1A9DS, 020 7 600 6144
Francesco Mazzei, Sartoria
Vegan and vegetarian food are going to another level. I'd say black polenta is going to be the Next Big Thing. Serve it with wild mushrooms and black truffle.
Sartoria, 20 Savile Row, London W1S 3PR, 020 7534 7000
All these chefs, and more, are taking part in the Taste of London, in Regent's Park from 15th – 19th June . Tickets from £16.
See the full line up here