1. Street Feast Dalston Yard: Final Weekend
Dalston Yard, E8. Fri & Sat You might eat brisket in an old builders' yard again, but it won't be the same. This is where the London street-food scene really exploded four years ago, and on Sunday it'll be gone forever. Pay your respects to the meat-smoking maniacs in trucks who caused your jackets to be charcoal-scented forevermore.
2. Festival Of Heat
Red Market, EC1. Sun The London Chilli Festival is here to give the back of your throat a real kicking. Anything goes, as long as it's spicy.
11 White's Row, E1. Sat Brunch arrives at the excellent intimate Indian restaurant, storming the gates and throwing around chicken liver and beef pie with spinach paratha crust.
Around Tooting, SW17. Fri-Sun Twelve monsters of the Tooting food scene are creating a special dish for a big, wild "food crawl".
5. Butchies Hatch
Stables Market, NW1 Broadway Market graduates, masters in the sacred art of fried-chicken sandwiches, open their first permanent site in Camden.
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