al­most cer­tainly not what you came for..

The things you don’t need but may be fun

The Wharf - - Canary Wharf -

Creepy chow

Apparently this white choco­late and pump­kin mousse coated in dark choco­late with an or­ange mac­a­roon and vanilla whipped cream is as “tasty as it is ter­ri­fy­ing” – so not very then. Hal­loween-minded Whar­fers can find it by strolling to West­ferry and pay­ing £7.50 Tom’s Kitchen, West­ferry Cir­cus, Oct 26-31

Tiger Tat

Can’t re­ally be ar­sed to carve a pump­kin? Don’t have any friends to do it with at Drink, Shop, Do? Don’t worry. The Tiger has your back with this de­light­ful plas­tic cre­ation and it won’t break the bank at £6. Just don’t put a lit can­dle within or the fumes from the melt­ing plas­tic may just give you the night­mares you’d rather avoid. Cross­rail Place

Spend a Wed­nes­day atop the Cross­rail sta­tion in cel­e­bra­tion of the Mex­i­can Day Of The Dead. Big Easy, from 6pm, will be filled with Cen­tral Amer­i­can sounds and flavours in­clud­ing spe­cial cock­tails, shots, a two-course set menu and two-for-one happy hour drinks all night. Big Easy, Cross­rail Place, Oct 31, 6pm-late Stop, put down your phone. Take a 10-minute screen break with The Wharf. If you’re not sat­is­fied we prom­ise to try harder next week. Maybe we’ll sur­prise you

This smash­ing pump­kin is suit­able for a fire-free Hal­loween

The most scary thing about this dish is prob­a­bly its re­fined su­gar con­tent

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