This looks interesting it’s a London restaurant that has some insect dishes on the menu. The Archipelago has some interesting issues such as the love bug salad which includes locusts and crickets pan fried with chilli and garlic and served with spinach and rocket. Apparently they are crunchy and complement the sweetness of the other ingredients. Another dish on the menu is the chocolate covered scorpion. With this dish you are warned to chew it thoroughly otherwise the sting can become stuck in the oesophagus, sounds interesting. The venom, has, however, been removed so it is not dangerous. Once again, the verdict is crunchy. Honey bee crème brûlée also features on the menu. Preserved in honey and resting on a tuille biscuit in a white chocolate honeycomb, the rosewater crème brûlée is meant to bring out the minty flavour of the bee. Eating the bee is likened to chewing paper, not really something that would encourage me to try it. They are unusual dishes, however, and I will try most things once.