THE CITY GARDEN: Last chance to see Rebecca Louise Law's site-specific installation The City Garden at The City Centre near Bank. It features natural materials inspired by gardens within the city. Free, just turn up, until 25 September
ELEPHANT EXHIBITION: Award-winning wildlife photographers have captured the lives of elephants from birth to death at Remembering Elephants exhibition in Pall Mall. Free, just turn up, until 1 October
NEON DAVID BOWIE: British artist Louis Sidoli's new exhibition at Halcyon Gallery features neon art showing David Bowie's greatest moments. Free, just turn up, 23-25 September
Originally a squat, this restaurant in picturesque Bonnington Square — just a couple of minutes away from less picturesque Vauxhall station — is now a restaurant co-operative. In the region of 20 different cooks take it in turns to head-up the kitchen, taking residency for the day and preparing their own menus. You need to contact said chef directly to book or to make enquiries about the menu (their details are on the website), but you’re rewarded for your efforts with mains for £6-£8 and starters and desserts for half that. Plus it’s BYO with no corkage. With so many rotating cooks it does have a tendency to be a little hit and miss — but that’s all part of the gamble.
Bonnington Café, 11 Vauxhall Grove, SW8 1TD