Fulham clearly isn’t content with the idea of a new summer street food market. Instead, it’s launching a sandy street food beach.
Neverland London will open next month alongside the Thames, bringing a tropical island-style white sandy beach to Wandsworth Bridge Road complete with palm trees, pastel painted beach huts and swings.
There will also be deckchairs, day beds and communal tables for eating at, while the bookable beach huts will offer cover and warmth should the weather be less idyllic than the setting.
A host of pop-up shops and street food stalls will occupy the 20 metre stretch of beach, including The Duck Truck, Taco Dave and Le Rac Shack serving raclette — bet you’ve never had that on a beach before.
And to wash your dinner down there’s the option of bringing your own booze — just like on a proper beach.
Visitors can then either create their own cocktails using mixers from the beach at the Unleaded Bar or seek the assistance of a so-called Beach Butler to help.
There will also be churros and ice cream for pudding, and there are also plans for weekend brunches and regular live music.
Tickets are available at neverlandlondon.com and cost £6, which could pretty much be considered a corkage fee.
Neverland London launches on Wednesday May 10 and will run every Wednesday to Sunday throughout the summer, often until 11pm