Waxy's Little Sister is the sister pub to Waxy's O'Connors, offering traditional Irish hospitality and food in a candlelit environment. They also have a sofa bar upstairs with views over Wardour Street. They can cater for private parties of up to 150 guests and in the sofa bar from 40 to 80 guests.
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Waxy's Little Sister
20 Wardour StreetLondonW1D 6QG
- +44 (0)20 7287 8987
- Public transport:
- Piccadilly Circus, Underground
Smashing pub nice considerate staff. I called in with my brother with the sole purpose of keep ours dad's last wish when he died to have his ashes scattered in the pub (it was his favourite drinking hole for years ) it was no problem at all we did the business and then had a pint or two of Guinnessmore
When we were in London, it was cold outside. One way to fight the cold was to enter a pub for a beer.
This place is near Chinatown, so we wandered in. This pub had the luxury of a fire place. We were able to get warm.
This place also had like a mini elevator for drinks. The bar was on the first floor and we sat on the second floor. The bartender would send the drinks up the...more
What can I say ??? Still one of my favourite places for a cheeky beer in downtown, probably thanks to the manual mini-lift to order drinks, and to the great view you have on Wardour and Lisle streets, if you sit in the corner upstairs.more
Solid Meh! Nothing special to offer, which is a shame as Waxy's Little Sister has plenty of charm but remains little more than a pit-stop. Guinness, Caffrey's and a handful of other uninspiring choices await you at the barman's (who was really rather nice) fingertips. I opted for a bottle of Bombardier and the Lady-friend had a bottle of Kopparberg - as diverse as it gets. Of course there are...more
Just around the corner from the big sister, this pub is small, but quaint. The beer is average London priced and the fireplace is nice during cold days. There really isn't anything to differentiate this place from the many other watering holes in the area.
The barman was grumpy, but the wifi was free.more