Crocker's Folly Former Victorian Gin Palace restored to Crocker's Glory
24 Aberdeen Place, London, NW8 8JR
Happily Affordable ££
Type of Venue

What they say:

The 1898 pubbing plot has been restored to its romantic Victorian aesthetic. Draped in smooth marble, ornate glass chandeliers and carved rich woods, Crocker's Folly is a palace of decadent eating and drinking. Taking Lebanese cuisine to contemporary palates, this elegant eatery whips up fanciful delights like crab gnocchi, beef tartare and miso-marinated Lamb shoulder.

What we say:

Oozing sumptuous glamour and seductive glassware, Crocker's Folly is a lush palace of varnished woods, grand, blazing fire places and gilded surfaces. Reviving the venues Victorian identity with grace and an attentive passion, this St John's Wood resident seems to bring a wholly new meaning to the phrase 'fine dining'.