Nestled conveniently between Chancery Lane and St. Paul's stations is The Fable, a quite extraordinary restaurant and bar that draws inspiration from all things mystic and magical. Inspired by enchanting fairy tales and the wit & wisdom of Aesop, the venue comes complete with sparkling crystals, beautiful blooms, twinkling candelabras and even has a collection of story books. This dynamic bar, restaurant, deli and florist features a whole host of versatile event spaces that can be tailored to suit the needs of pretty much any function. The Fable also features a 'centrepiece' bar along with several mixology tables.
An innovative food and cocktail menu will be available throughout the day which will cater for both guests looking for a light snack and visitors looking to settle down to something a bit more indulgent. With quirky functions like mixology masterclasses and late-night supper clubs, The Fable is also perfect for hosting all manner of events, customised experiences and pop-ups. An ideal candidate for after work drinks, visiting for an indulgent meal or visiting for a quirky function alike, The Fable is a true central London gem waiting to be tried out.
|Glass of Wine (175ml measure Large )||£6.25|
|Bottle of House Wine||£17.95|
|Bottle of Champagne||£49.95|
A word from the chef:
The Fable is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and offers an exciting a la carte menu in a striking setting. Sharing plates and bar snacks are available alongside creative cocktails and a large wine list.
First thing’s first, I am not a realist. Though I have adult responsibilities like working, paying my water bill and thinking about but never flossing, my love for all-things-magical has barely faltered over the years, and as such, I’ve...
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