Dinner in a 'derelict' flat decorated with graffiti is just one of the many quirky dinner trends spotted in London in recent times.
The latest "concept dining experience" will follow other trendy themed restaurant and dining experiences in London, such as cereal cafés, non-alcoholic bars and crisp sandwich restaurants.
The Derelict Flat Dinner Party will be coming to a secret location in Fulham on Saturday (August 1) from 8pm-11pm, and tickets will set you back £32.50 per head.
On its website, the creator of the party, Rande, said: "This is one of those amazingly edgy experiences that you will tell your grandchildren about when you're old and wrinkly."
The menu promises elote corn salad, jicama shrimp tacos with coriander salsa, grilled cod with arroz verde and crema, and a dessert of mango ice cream sundae.
In another edgy twist, diners to the pop-up restaurant are encouraged to bring their own alcohol.
Organisers said: "Somehow we've managed to convince another unsuspecting flat owner to let us graffiti his flat.
"And we've recruited a shiny new graffiti artist to make some magic...
"The general idea is to present y'all with a yummmmmy four-course dinner where you'll meet some new reprobates, drink yourself into oblivion and generally have a damn good time.
"Things will likely descend into a trip to one of Chelsea's disgusting drinking holes (let's be 100% transparent)."
Graffiti art around the flat has been created by a few different artists, including Amara Por Dios, whose work is pictured.
Rande, which has previously organised pop-ups in Peckham, Notting Hill, South Kensington and elsewhere in London, said: "We find quirky, odd, bizarre locations where we can throw the best parties possible."
Previous events included dinner in a warehouse in Peckham, where one reviewer wrote: "Super fun, incredible, random, quirky and cool! Loved the whole evening."
The event information suggests it's ideal for solo diners, so if you fancy dinner for one in a derelict flat in a west London tower block this could be the place for you.
For more information visit the event website.