The Mulwray at The Blue Posts 22

28 Rupert Street , London, W1D 6DJ

The Mulwray bar at The Blue Posts short cocktail

SquareMeal Review of The Mulwray at The Blue Posts

The owners of The Palomar have now updated the adjacent Blue Posts, a perennially popular 300-year-old Chinatown tavern. Craft ales from the likes of Sambrook’s and Tiny Rebel, plus artisan draught ciders, keep the Georgian-style ground-floor tap room buzzing, along with quality wines and snacks of anchovy soldiers, rock oysters, or pukka cheese, onion and mustard toasties. Head upstairs for a complete change of vibe. Named after Faye Dunaway’s character in the film Chinatown, The Mulwray is a compact, mellowly lit cocktail lounge that’s a genteel 1930s study in powder blue and Champagne pink. The aura of retro sophistication is boosted by a fairly priced drinks list encompassing a mezcal Sour, a rum and pineapple Hurricane and a Tequila and orange sherbet fizz. Nevertheless, Linda Evangelista 51 (a Rittenhouse rye Manhattan) was heavy on the sherry, and the unyielding Prussian-blue velvet banquette won’t be popular with thinly padded supermodel posteriors.

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Cool | Glamorous | Dates | Romantic

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Piccadilly Circus Tube Station 145m

Leicester Square Tube Station 219m

Address

Address: 28 Rupert Street , London W1D 6DJ

Area: Soho

Opening times

Mon-Sat 5-11.30pm (Fri-Sat -12M)

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