Television presenter and food expert Gregg Wallace will front a quirky new restaurant to raise awareness of the importance of charitable gifts in Wills.Pop-up restaurant Caf\u00e9 de Mort will open its doors next month, serving a range of deadly delicacies as part of a campaign by Remember A Charity.\r\n\r\nLocated in a central London church crypt, Caf\u00e9 de Mort opens its doors for two nights only on 26 and 27 February. The menu remains a closely guarded secret but will feature delicacies from around the world. Each of the six dangerous dishes served will be potentially lethal if not prepared or cooked properly.\r\n\r\nDespite the potential for peril on its plates, Caf\u00e9 de Mort is virtually fully booked, with charity supporters and members of the public set to travel from across the UK for a taste of its killer cuisine. A few places are still available for people with an up to date Will and a sense of adventure.\r\n\r\nRemember A Charity, the consortium of 140 charities behind the campaign, hopes that diners will be reminded of the unpredictability of life and the importance of taking care of friends, family and the causes they hold dear. After all, nobody knows the importance of a having a Will more than someone who could be about to eat their last meal.\r\n\r\nWhilst three quarters of Britons regularly give to charity in their lifetimes, just 7% include a charity in their Will. Yet charities rely heavily on gifts in Wills, which bring in almost \u00a32 billion each year, the equivalent of 19 Comic Reliefs. Many charities would not exist without this income and others would have to cut crucial services. Two out of three guide dogs and six out of ten life boat launches are paid for by gifts in Wills, as is over a third of Cancer Research UK\u2019s life-saving work.\r\n\r\nGregg Wallace explained, \u201cI\u2019ve eaten all sorts of food in my time, but this is the first time I\u2019ve actually had to put my life on the line! The menu is unlike anything I\u2019ve ever tried. All the dishes are considered delicacies in one part of the world or another, but one slip in the kitchen could have deadly consequences. But I\u2019m confident that our chefs won\u2019t have any lethal lapses and I can\u2019t wait to get stuck in.\u201d\r\n\r\n\u201cFew people realise that gifts in Wills are vital to many of our favourite charities. We need to get more people thinking about leaving a gift once they\u2019ve looked after their family and friends. Caf\u00e9 de Mort is all about getting people to sit up and take notice. Hopefully they\u2019ll still be sitting up by the time they get to their dessert.\u201d\r\n\r\nRob Cope, Director of Remember A Charity, said, \u201cSome people may think Caf\u00e9 de Mort is a bit extreme but it\u2019s hard to get people thinking about Wills and considering a gift to charity. The whole idea is clearly meant to be a little tongue in cheek. But there\u2019s a serious message too. Gifts in Wills are hugely important to charities. We believe Caf\u00e9 de Mort will raise a wry smile but will persuade many more people to think about leaving a gift to charity too.\u201d\r\n\r\nFor further information and to find out how you can get involved please join the campaign on Facebook and Twitter.