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If you enjoy plotting regicide while consuming trenchers of poached veal tongue and goblets brimming with blood-red wine, then a pop-up restaurant based on hit HBO series "Game of Thrones" could satisfy your appetites.
This Valentine's day weekend, the U.S. television network HBO will join forces with dining experience experts The Wandering Chef and Grosvenor Mixologists to give U.K. binge-watchers a "Game of Thrones one-of-kind epic banquet."
Though, as any fan of the TV series and books will tell you, a lot of banquets in Westeros – particularly ones associated with weddings – haven't had happy endings. Just ask Joffrey and Robb Stark.
Nonetheless, between the 13th to the 15th February, three Westeros-themed banquets will take place, where 12 lucky entrants (plus one guest) for each meal will be able to eat at the "All Men Must Dine" feast at the Andaz hotel, on Liverpool Street, London.
Whilst the menu is still being cooked up, the organizers have told diners to expect a course on "The lies of Tyrion Lannister and his proclaimed innocence" and a dish of poached veal tongue with beetroot, "oldtown mustard" and horseradish, all served alongside lavish cocktails in a Games of Thrones style setting.
"Guests will sample the finest delicacies Westeros has to offer over multiple courses, accompanied by a carefully selected drinks menu of cocktails fit for a King" says the invite on HBO UK's website.
The banquets coincide with HBO's Blue Ray and DVD release of the fourth season of "Game of Thrones", which comes out the following week in the U.K. and U.S. The highly-anticipated fifth season will premiere in April.
If you want to dine like a true Westeros king or queen, then the clock is ticking. The competition closes at 11:59pm tonight (GMT time!).
If you don't manage to get your hands on one of the priceless spots, then never fear! London plays host to a number of pop-up restaurants and cafes.
This January, the "All-in-Kitchen" opened up its doors for a brief few days in Haggerston, London, asking its customers to pay for their meals with a game of poker. If the gambler won their hand or gained a certain number of chips, they could either walk away with a cheaper meal or even one on the house.
It was the "world's first pay-by poker" pop up restaurant and served up casino-themed dishes like 'Queen scallops' and 'Royal flush of King crab thermidor'.