2 Camden Walk, Camden Passage, London N1 8DY
berserkjohn7821: “was a brilliant pub and i was part of the owners family although it wasn't the best it made due sleeping on a inflatable sofa above every single one of you thank you for cherishing drinks in that pub while it lasted” more...
5 reviews of Waxy's Little Sister in English
There's not really anything special about this pub. It's not too shabby, it's just very generic. We found ourselves here after the pub quiz we were meant to go to was packed. This was the nearest option with enough space for eight quiz geeks.
And well... everything was fine. Beer was fine, vibe was fine, prices were.... actually, I didn't pay, I don't know if they were fine or not. There's just nothing about this place that would make me come here. And it annoys me that there's nothing even slightly treehousey like it's 'big sister'. It's just a pub.
But, the upside to it being 'just a pub; is that on a sunny evening, in the middle of Soho, you can have a comfortable pint where every second sentence isn't 'excuse me'. So it wins points there. So basically, it's good because it's a little more rubbish than the rest of the pubs nearby.
Hey guys, how about we take our successful pub name one road down, open a smaller pub and give it a cutsie reference such as little brother or sister, and rake in even more money? When I first went to Waxy O’Connors I was quite taken with the huge spread of little alcoves and maze-like structure with a big fake tree plonked in the middle. How Waxy’s Little Sister resembles this in anything other than name I’m a bit baffled. it’s a LOT smaller, and is usually quite full and the air upstairs was a little eggy for some reason when we went - I hope not to be a permanent feature…
As pubs go it is alright but I’m not sure why you’d come here over the more substantial sibling and for the size and offerings there are some better pubs about.
Smaller sister bar to Waxy O’Connor’s around the corner this irish pub is basically more of the same in a more intimate venue.
The decor is great, very traditional, but the dark woods and leather sofa’s are fantastic and make your stay nice and cozy. You really can settle in for the night.
Drinks prices are standard West End prices though for the sticklers amongst you, you’ll be happy to know that this is one Irish Bar that genuinely knows how to pour a proper pint of the 'black stuff’. Also great for visiting guests or tourists.
Nice little pub, directly across the the road from “her big brother”. As usual, no real ales, but the Guinness is served correctly and is well worth the wait. A tad expensive and there are plenty of cheaper pubs in the area, but if you like a pint of stout, then check this place lout
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