HKK, Hakkasan’s upscale sibling, has just launched a new eight-course tasting-menu series inspired by the 24 terms of the Chinese solar calendar. The solar terms are based on the sun’s position in the zodiac and play an important role in Chinese culture and cuisine. The menu will be refreshed every two months to reflect seasonality and the relevant solar terms. The current menu focuses on the Bailu, meaning white dew, which indicates the beginning of cool autumn. It features spiny lobster and pumpkin soup and uses one of the most opulent ingredients in China, fish maw, containing a host of nutrients that are beneficial to the body and skin. 88Worship Street, Broadgate Quarter, behind London Liverpool Street Station, +44 (0)20-3535-1888.