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 StreetLondonEC2A 2DU
- +44 20 7247 0015
Top 5 reviews of Worship Street Whistling Shop
This is quite a spacious speakeasy bar located downstairs, with a main room and bar in front which was reserved for a private function, thereby lending the back room and bar to the public. Arriving early guaranteed us a seat as it was soon filling up on a Friday night.
Every space is well used and there are different tables and booths that cater to the patron. Comfy seats, a couch, a private... more
One of the worst places.... the drinks are good but the serving it's really bad. I mean over 15 minutes for a drink on a not at all busy night. And one bartender? Really? Also no WiFi underground.... 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
The Whistling Shop is a gorgeous bar which seriously impresses when you walk in (would be great for a date). The menu is kind of a challenge to read, partly because it is so dark and partly because it is full of stuff I'd never heard of - there is a even a glossary although we were all still a bit bewildered! Staff were very sweet, although our poor server was new and was struggling to answer... more
Ya, so what this place is-- is it's not great.
With cheesy 19 yr old boys mixed with try hard shoreditch crowd (potentially dudes who work in a mundane office desk in the nearby Liverpool street office). Um, there goes a pretentiously solid no.
Menu is horribly designed by an intern or something, drinks are kinda slow and totally nothing special.
But yea, do come when y'all are on... more