No longer just a reaction to a man jabbing you with his finger (say it aloud), Ahi Poke is now also Fitzrovia's most buzzed-about lunch spot. Serving up Hawaiian poke (marinated raw fish with salads/grains), it manages to cram a LOT of foodie trends into one colourful bowl. It's sustainable, raw, full of nutrients, comes in compostable packaging, and can involve avocado. Because you have to have avocado. Choose a base (quinoa, kale, sushi rice), a protein (tuna, sea bream, salmon), then add toppings and sauces. And ta da! 'Look at my lunch' Instagrams coming right up.
Ahi Poke, 3 Percy Street, London W1T 1DE
Edible vodka toothpaste, detergent-bottle cocktails, macaron dishwasher tablets... Sounds like good clean fun to us. And it's all on offer at new Clerkenwell pop-up Keeping Up With The Joneses. Part promenade piece, part boozy-foodie party, expect to be guided around the weird and wacky (and sparkly clean) world of The Joneses, covering eight rooms that include a washing powder snowstorm, a Bang & Olufsen sound lounge and a feather-filled pillow-fight space. Oh, and we should probably mention that there's a 'dirty laundry disco bar' with washing-machine cocktail makers. It's the kind of information that one really should know.
7-10 July; from £17.50