Tacos Padre in Borough Market is now kitted out with a fully fledged al fresco set-up, perfect for gobbling heaps of fish mextlapique with salsa verde along with scallop, sorrel and aguachile tacos. Winchester Walk, Jubilee Place, SE1
Fashion stalwart Anya Hindmarch has released the hilarious memoir If In Doubt, Wash Your Hair: A Manual For Life, featuring everything she’s learnt during her time as a designer, mother and very clever businesswoman.
The bad news is that Billie Eilish’s new album, Happier Than Ever, won’t be with us until July. The good news is that in the meantime you can peruse her eponymously titled first picture book.
‘Billie Eilish’ (£20; Hachette)
Get stuck in to National Garden Day celebrations this Sunday with a dawdle through Flower Station garden centre’s Open Day and a workshop hosted by The Flower School, in Hampstead Garden Suburb. Free entry. 9 May. 788A Finchley Rd, NW11
Skip along to Carousel’s cosy outdoor garden for Thomas Straker’s pop-up, Right Then, where the concise and wholly delicious Italian-style menu will have you begging for seconds and thirds.
Tickets £17.50. 71 Blandford Street, W1
You can now listen to the entirety of Sufjan Stevens’ ninth studio album, Convocations, a whopping 49 tracks exploring the anxiety, uncertainty, isolation and loss the artist has felt over the past 14 months.
Available on Apple Music and Spotify
Still can’t seem to bag a table? Why not tuck in to the Banquist at-home box, featuring everything you need for a pre-recorded, Michelin-starred cook-along with the likes of chefs Theo Randall and Gareth Ward. From £89