The Worship Street Whistling Shop is a 21st-century update of the Victorian gin palace. Using London's most innovative cocktail era as inspiration, the bar features striking interiors, including a seating area complete with a bespoke Victorian lamppost and original shop front windows leading to the Fluid Movement lab, where the team research new drinks and distil their own scents and flavours.
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63 Worship Street, Shoreditch, London, EC2A 2DU
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Worship Street Whistling Shop
63 Worship StreetShoreditchLondonEC2A 2DU
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Had heard good things about this place, so decided to amble up to Whistling Shop on a post-Tayyabs jaunt. The overall feel of the place is nice - similar to the bar area in Callooh Callay, and I was somewhat amused by the bookshelf wallpaper.
As for the drinks, I plumped for a Mandrake's Fizz (white wine cocktail with peach, elderflower jelly), and the Bacca thing (can't remember the exact...more
In the land of a speakeasy / prohibition / old style cocktail bars, this one fits the bill. The only thing is that there is nothing all that great, exciting, or unique about it. Except that it has lots of space.
Nice vibe, good cocktails, but nothing too unique. I'd rather be at nightjar or happiness forgets or colebrooke row for those prices.more
I love London's pub scene. LOVE IT! But, sometimes I get a little homesick. I didn't know it until I walked into this place. (Although, to my knowledge, Seattle never had anything as cool as this place.)
WSWS reminds me of so many things but, oddly, nothing I've ever actually experienced before. Probably because it looks like a movie set, or something out of a movie. It's super cool....more
Quite impressed the first time I came here with my wife - the cocktails were great, as were the nibbles, though atmosphere was somewhat lacking.
The second time I came with a group of friends. Despite a pre-booking, there was confusion at the door, but we were finally (reluctantly) seated.
This time the lack of atmosphere really hit me. The lighting is far too bright, no effort seems to...more
Whistling Shop was my second London cocktail bar experience. The first two things I noticed looking through the menu were: 1. Short list, which is augmented by some barrel aged drinks on a later page and 2. There are a lot of words I don't understand in relationship to my cocktails.
Immediately, I headed to the bars for answers about irradiation, photo-synthesis, barrel aging, bacteriums,...more