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The Folly
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41 Gracechurch St London EC3V 0BT United Kingdom
41 Gracechurch StreetGBLondonEC3V 0BT
+44 845 468
Restaurant, Bar
Modern European Restaurant
Wander through our garden lounge and flower shop, swing by the hanging chairs or simply dine at the chef's table. A sanctuary of calm with two bars.
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A garden-influenced restaurant, deli and bar, where the seasonal menu has international flavours.- Google
"Best cocktails in the city, food is fab and the staff are so friendly."
"We arrived on the day and the bar was 'closed for a private event."
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David Powell
2 weeks ago
I was a disappointed with my recent visit. We were seated on bench seats (picnic table style), which were a bit cramped and uncomfortable, and difficult to get in and out of as you cannot move the benches at all. The main room is incredibly noisy, and my colleague and I found it difficult to hold a conversation over the din. The service was a bit slow. The food was very good, and the waiter was friendly and competent. The prices are pretty high.
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Tristan Corpe
in the last week
A big place with big bars but is overrun by hormonal city blokes and slightly suspect looking ladies preying on them. I'm sure they are both fully aware of what's going on. It's not really a place to catch up with a mate but can be decent fun people watching the desperate climbers strutting around.
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Roy G
2 weeks ago
Great cafe to enjoy a morning brew and catch up with that important client. But the service can be slow despite their best efforts. Downstairs have a great hangout space for birthdays and private booths.
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Glyn Evans
8 months ago
Bouncers who think they're gangsters. Not fun. Bad vibe. Go here if you you're a banker. Don't go if you're a normal person.
Kesi Fenton
a week ago
I went there no long ago to catch up with my colleague whilst being on Mat Leave. It was the first restaurant i had taken my little boy and if it was down to them i would never go eat out again. The staff was rude and wasnt impressed that i had a child with me as i didnt mention that when i made the booking. The booking was for 3 but we was sat a small garden table. i asked to be moved as 2 plates wouldnt even fit on the table and they wasnt accommodating. In the end i made a complient to the manager who tried his hardest to bring our spirits back up - bless em. NEVER AGAIN
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Stephen B Sinclair
a week ago
Impressed from start to finish with staff, food and drinks. Prices are fair, and the ambience, yes it has an ambience, not an atmosphere, is just perfect. I was so impressed I have booked a table in December for lunch with a client! Highly recommended and well worth a visit.
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James Hammerton
2 months ago
Very nice decor and ambeiance. The food was tasty but quite expensive for what it is. Good drinks selection. Food Allergy Review: very well handled, notified in advance and knowledgeable staff.
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lindsay meade
10 months ago
On a trip for my birthday visiting London for a few days ,staying at hotel near to Monument station and saw The Folly as we wondered around and booked for Saturday evening as it looked nice and quite busy. The decor and atmosphere were good but the meal was below avarage and my wife refused to pay for hers as cold chichen and dry bread on her sandwich! Standard of food lets down venue would not recomend