Receive the warmest Irish welcome at Waxy’s Little Sister in Soho.
In the heart of Soho you’ll find Waxy’s Little Sister. This little Irish bar is known for having the friendliest staff, an extensive range of beers and spirits, and the most convenient drinks service in central London. Instead of having to leave your table and trek to the bar to get the next round, their mini freight elevator will bring your drinks directly to you! It’s efficiency at its finest.
The bar is spread over two floors, so there’s plenty of room to get comfortable and you can expect cosy seating, open fires and the most relaxing atmosphere in town. It’s the perfect place to stop for a drink, a catch up with friends or a delicious homemade meal.
This pub has all the beers and sprits you could ever dream of but naturally, they specialise in Irish whiskey. They are particularly proud of their Irish coffee, which is easily their most popular drink – and once you try it, you’ll see why. It is made using a small batch coffee producer and Redbreast 12-year old Irish whiskey, voted the best Irish whiskey in the world for the last two years!
If you need to line your stomach or just fancy a quality meal, they’ve got you covered. They have a number of hearty dishes to choose from including home cooked steak, fish and chips, burgers and even a mutton pot stew or if you fancy something a little lighter, their goats cheese salad, sausage rolls, and chicken wings are very popular choices.
Just a short walk away lives Waxy’s Little Sister’s older sister – Waxy O’Conner’s, which just so happens to be the largest Irish pub in London! It offers the same warm hospitality and fantastic drink options, and is slightly livelier with live music and sports playing most nights of the week. But if you want to witness your drinks arriving via a mini lift, Waxy’s Little Sister is the place for you.
Open every day from 12pm to 11pm, with the exception of Saturdays & Sundays when they close at midnight.
20 Wardour Street, W1D 6QG. Nearest stations are Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square.