If your idea of a holy trinity involves music, illustration and food, then Dark Side of the Spoon might just be your kind of bible. It is a cookbook containing everything a cookbook should; method, measurements, some thirty exclusive illustrations by renowned artists and, of course, recipes ingeniously named after some of the greatest rock legends and their records. If You Can Cook Your Own Way then definitely stick on the recommended playlist at the back of the book but if you crave more rock in your cuisine, without the mess at home, head down to the redeveloped railway station that is OSLO. The Hackney music hub has already become one of our favourite brunch and late-night spots; with Darker Side of the Spoon hi-jacking their menu for the coming week, you’re guaranteed to find us here. Be prepared for equally scrumptious and amusingly named dishes, such as Rammenstein, Mötley Stüe with Tommy Leeks or Limp Brisket served with a side of Fleetwood Mac and Cheese; make sure to save space for Nirvana Split or Rum to the Hills with Iron Raisins.