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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Worship Street Whistling Shop
63 Worship StreetShoreditchLondonEC2A 2DU
- +44 (0)20 7247 0015
- Public transport:
- Moorgate, Underground
We walked in and were seated at the group table. However the rest of the place was fairly empty. We wanted to finish the night with a nice cocktail.
Cocktail list wasn't intriguing so we asked about gin and tonics. However our waitress left us again and didn't come back for a while. We left without a drink.
The decor was a typical "speakeasy" set in the basement on worship street....more
Shhhhhh. It's almost like a secret bar here. Very dark downstairs, very private and in the know hidden amongst the backstreets of the city and Shoreditch. Some cool décor but a very cool dram and whiskey list. Saying that the prices are VERY expensive. So doubt I'd be a regular just more of a special treat.more
Quite enjoyed this cocktail bar. Staff was knowledgeable, and the place much less pretentious than some others in London. Importantly, there's quite a bit of seating space (though reservations still recommended). Would happily bring a group here, can cater to those who like cocktails, but also a nice enough beer selection if not looking to break the bank.more
Really friendly staff serve well composed cocktails in a lovely space that is not overcrowded. Servings are generous for the price and our cocktail waiter was well informed and very helpful.
However, for a location that has reputedly one of the best gin selections in London (evidenced by the extensive list) the signature cocktail list is surprisingly lacking in depth in this regard (and no...more
Cocktail list was a bit odd, none really appealed to me completely but all of them were surprisingly balanced and turned out impressive. The oolong tea cocktail was my favourite (could've done without the dish rag presentation) although the whisky sour one was very interesting and complex.
Gin selection is one of the most impressive I've seen outside of Gin-specific bars.
Downside is the...more