If you're done with bubble tea, avocados and freakshakes, there is a new treat that is begging to feature on your social media.
A pan-asian bakery near Leicester Square has taken a modern twist to the sweet Japanese snack, taiyaki, meaning "baked sea-bream".
The traditional sweet treats are fish-shaped cakes filled traditionally with red-bean paste or custard. Bake Chinatown have decided to tinker with the centuries old recipe and created fish-shaped ice cream cones.
The cake-like cones are filled with ice cream made fresh at the Wardour street outlet every day, with punters getting a choice of vanilla, matcha (a Japanese variant of green tea) or a hybrid of both.
Imminently instagrammable, we loved the soft cake-like cone, although the bakery itself is far too heaving for you to enjoy the treat there.
Bake opened in January 2016 and has been serving ice cream in fish-shaped cones of corn spirals for the last six months.
With the beginning of summer inching closer, the quirky ice cream is certain to dominate social media streams for months to come.
If you want to try it, visit Bake Chinatown, 9 Wardour Street, London. The closest station is Leicester Square, although Piccadilly Circus is also very close.