Dead Dolls House
About Dead Dolls House
Ever wondered what’s the worst thing about going back in time? Leaving behind your favourite grub of course. But what if you could take a step back in time and bring all your favourites with you? Enter The Dead Dolls House in Islington. Housed within a Victorian free house from the 1800s the building is the only thing about this relaxed bar and restaurant that’s old-fashioned. From halloumi burgers to Jim Beam BBQ wings, they’ve got all your modern favourites. Grab stunning savings in the app today!
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Shivy Wa month ago
I came to The Dead Dolls House with 11 friends, and I'm more than impressed. We were seated straight away, our drinks arrived promptly and service was great. Staff were considerate and friendly and everyone enjoyed their Sunday roast. Compliments to the chef! Will definitely return. I highly reccomend this trendy restaurant and bar to students like myself looking for a fun/chill evening out.
Flavio Lerdain the last week
Nice pub in Islington with a lovely upstairs room for private parties. The food and drinks were nice and well prepared. The service was courteous and overall had a great experience. Would definitely consider for our next event.
Alexandra Cox-Smitha week ago
Lovely atmosphere and friendly staff. We came for drinks with a group of friends and the music was a good level for talking to around 10pm at which point there was a great dancefloor. Not loads of space but not overcrowded for a Friday night which worked well.
Gregory Harris2 weeks ago
Good spacious place. Nice vibe. Two rooms one for drink other a dance floor
Mike Hookwaya month ago
Brunch - Really Poor... After booking table for brunch a few days in advance, I visited on a Sunday afternoon. After initially ordering drinks, one was forgotten - not a crime in isolation, however, it was clear there was no communication between the waiting team and the kitchen staff as we ordered 3 fry-ups which were duly written down and accepted. We were then told after accepting the order that they had run out of hash browns, an alternative item was offered - again fine in isolation. Unfortunately, when the breakfasts arrived they had given us all poached eggs - two of the 3 were ordered with fried which was a fairly basic request (in fairness the waiter did offer to bring out fried eggs on the side). We then realised that there were no mushrooms on the plates, instead of advising us before hand (which would have allowed us to make a different menu choice), the waiter simply said "we added a potato waffle for you as we've run out of mushrooms". I'm not convinced a potato waffle has ever been an automatic substitute for mushrooms and maybe they could've subbed that in for the hash browns initially? Finally, I'd asked for sauce when my plate arrived, this arrived with half a sausage remaining so pretty pointless. 5 issues in 1.5 hours constituted a pretty pathetic effort. I've had good evenings here for drinks so no complaints there but perhaps they should stick to that instead of brunch. Avoid - there are far better brunches available in Upper Street.