Milroy’s of Soho was established in 1964. Initially selling predominantly wine, Milroy's became better known for selling whisky following the introduction of single malts in the 1960s and 70s. Upstairs is Milroy's whisky shop, while below is the Vault, where you can enjoy selections from the cocktail menu in quiet, chilled surroundings.
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Milroys of Soho
3 Greek StreetSohoLondonW1D 4NX
- +44 (0)207 734 2277
Super cute cellar called The Vault -- entrance is hidden behind the bookshelves in the back of Milroy's. Push the bookshelf on the right and descend a set of stairs to a casual speakeasy that serves delicious cocktails. They use real library books as their cocktail menus -- was very, very tempted to sneak one home in my bag but resisted. They order their cocktails from light to dark liquors...more
Love The Vault downstairs. Newly opened it is a fantastic place to escape the hustle and bustle of Soho. Plus the cocktails are delicious, perhaps have 1 or 2 though as they're around the £9.50 mark!
I got a little confused when I went into Milroy's to try and find the'secret bar', luckily a nice couple helped me find it. Helpful hint......you know that thing the books are on, give it a...more
Recently reopened and has a wonderful traditional feel without any pretensions. Staff were super friendly. Hope to become a regular here :)more
The guys were really nice here. I don't know squat about whisky and they helped me pick a good one to sip on while giving me a bit of non-patronizing education (wholly at my request). So much good stuff on offer here.more
Great service, great selection, and great prices. Yes, quality whiskey is expensive, but the prices at Milroys are cheaper than Duty free, that whiskey shop in the airport, all the other specialty shops I priced out in central London, and even a bit cheaper than Astor Wines in NYC.
If you don't have anything specific in mind then do yourself a favor and ask whoever is working what his/her...more