Storming with the success of their Hoxton pop-up, Dead Dolls House adopt a dose of more concrete inspired cavorting as they take the reigns of what once was Islington's House of Wolf; transforming it into not only a lovingly hushed replica of their Hoxton kick-off, but a whimsical three floors of fun.
Playful and proud, the continued 'Roald Dahl-esque charm' finds a home in three Islington floors. Boasting signature illustrations and a lush neutral palate with flecks of colour, The Dolls House is split between the ground floor Parlour, 2nd floor Library and Dining Room, and a 3rd floor Ballroom.
Food is one of the main frolics to be enjoyed at The Dolls House, with a menu that correlates with the fantastically simple and charming interiors of the venue. Please your palate with the likes of 'pigs head croquettes with romesco', or 'Dead Dolls burger with fermented horseradish aioli, truffled pecorino & onion marmalade'. It's not only the food menu that tailors to a