The Red Hot Chili Peppers were treated to a feast before their recent London gig - they called in a top chef from a nearby restaurant to cook their favourite meals.
The rockers played at the U.K. capital's Koko venue earlier this month (Sep11) and their management contacted the head chef at Camden's Gilgamesh restaurant to supply the catering.
Cook Ian Pengelley tells Britain's Daily Mirror, "I was in the middle of cooking for 300 restaurant customers when I took the call.
"We were already flat out with orders, but we still managed to rustle up a feast for the guys."
Frontman Anthony Kiedis and the band ate delicacies including stir fried spicy Asian greens, jasmine rice and black cod.