Inspired by the fantasy world of fairy tales and the fabulous fables of Aesop, The Fable bar and restaurant is out of the ordinary, where every detail tells a story. It offers seasonal cuisine and sensational cocktails alongside bespoke events, fascinating masterclasses and unique customised experiences.
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Venue Details & Map
52 Holborn ViaductLondonEC1A 2FD
- Public transport:
- Farringdon, Underground
Bad food, good service, great location. No bread with supermarket meat platter. Hollow chicken and lobster. Food different to menu description. Nice staff and location though. Touristy once-off the game, I guess.more
I really really liked this place! Yer, you know what... good *HighFive!
We turned up Friday lunch time for 2 people.. packed, busy, and buzzing.
The restaurant is cool, to say the least. It's airy, it's 'fun', modern, and the service was good.
To start we had lollipop pop prawns (Crispy prawns on skewers) and and crispy squid (If you don't like tales or tentacles- don't order). For 5/6 quid...more
Wonderful cocktail selection! I must say, the cocktails are on the pricey side, but well worth it. I had a "Prince Charming" - very tasty! I also had the pleasure of tasting one of the sharing cocktails (loved the fact it was served in a mini bathtub - you can also purchase the bathtub if you so wish). The food is OK, but if you're fussy with food, make sure you are 100% certain the...more
The Fable is a beautifully designed trendy restaurant bar that has the ability to stage everything from small 2 persons visits to giant corporate events across it's 3 spacious floors.
A lot of thought has gone into the decor. Everything has a modern polish and shine to it. The place is clean as a whistle as you'd expect. The luxurious purple blankets for seating outside don't go unnoticed...more
The Fable is one of those restaurant you go to when you want to 'wow' someone or just want to be in a wow factor restaurant with a bunch of friends and a few round of drinks. It was like stepping into a typical New York restaurant- a big 3 floor venue where the ground floor was primarily used as the main restaurant area where the kitchen resides and when that fills up the top floor and the...more