After a successful supper club at the Dead Dolls House, we say goodbye to their last Bacchanalian Feast…

Bacchanalian Feast explained:

From April to July, the supper club took place once a month with various themed feasts. We were lucky to be apart of their last event celebrating an Italian feast – Foumo and Fouco.

Hosted in The Ballroom, Chef Joe Hill – formerly of Soho House and Gordon Ramsay Group – created four dishes paired to sumptuous wines.


We started off the evening with a Dead Dolls House Spritz. (This is a must if you visit).

First Course: Burrata and nori pesto. Second Course: Nduja and squid ink vongole. Third Course: Braised lamb ravioli, dulse and burnt onion (LOVED). Ricotta dumplings, elderflower syrup and summer berries (paired well with dessert wine Botrytis Semillon).

Throughout the evening the room was buzzing, with a DJ providing a fab atmosphere, with guests socialising, and enjoying the Bacchanalian Feast, as demonstrated by empty plates and glasses in front of the satiated guests at the end of the evening.

£5 burgers on Thursdays… Don’t Miss!

Don’t Miss: £5 Burgers

Keep an eye out every Thursday for a £5 burger offer… Go for the Dirty Angel Burger – pancetta, smoked cheese, bone marrow butter; The Buttermilk fried chicken burger; and the Mushroom, aubergine fondue and pepper burger.

Up Next: Flight of the Conchords Night

For one night only on 21 July 9pm-2am, a Flight of the Conchords tribute night is descending on Dead Dolls House, Islington. Expect tunes with the challenge being to listen to David Bowie, Shaggy and The West Side Story soundtrack all on the same night, they will possibly start beef with Mos Def, Queen Latifah, Eminem and all those other rappers but this can’t be guaranteed. £7 entry

Dead Dolls House | 181 Upper St, London N1 1RQ

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