What they say:
The nightlife shakers and stirrers gang behind the Brighton nightclubs Madame Geisha and Haunt have opened a Victorian-style experimental dining, drinking and live entertainment venue in London. Theyve deployed a three-storey 20th century music hall on Upper Street which opened its doors in early October, revealing a new innovative and eclectic venue in Islington.
Menus and chefs will change monthly to keep House of Wolf a cut above the rest as one of London's best dining expieriences. With a constantly evolving style, two visits won't be the same at House of Wolf, keeping the concept fresh and current whilst still providing a great evening.
What we say:
The ground floor will honour the venue’s music history, and will showcase an array of live events. The Apothecary bar on the first floor is designed to resemble an old Victorian apothecary. It's a pleasant anachronism and uses era specific recipes to create original cocktails with cutting–edge mixing manoeuvres.
The top floor Attic Room and Parlour will host creative dining arrangements on a pop-up basis pushing the boundaries for what a meal experience could be with multi-sensory considerations and art to accompany your food. To give you an idea of the calibre of this pursuit I can tell you that they’ve hired Alexa Perrin, founder of the Experimental Food Society, to manage the schedule of chefs and culinary artists taking up residency to perform dining miracles on and off your plate. House of Wolf looks like a great dining and drinks experience, and due to its every changing offerings it has success written all over it. We recommend you get down there ahead of the crowds because it won't be long before you'll have to give your right arm for a table!