Although it’s now Indian (and has a food menu to match), Salt still offers as wide a choice of whiskies as you’ll find anywhere in London. Amid the hardwood and natural slate of the solitary bar-room – a classy, dark, square-shaped interior at odds with the gaudy brightness of Edgware Road – Salt feels like a sanctuary for discerning followers of the grain; many customers are Asian or Middle-Eastern in origin.
The whisky directory lists 200 available by glass or bottle, categorised by provenance and accompanied by individual tasting notes. Standouts among the Scottish malts include a limited-edition Port Ellen 25-year-old from Islay, a Glenfiddich 1973 Vintage Reserve and a dauntingly priced Dalmore 1973 Haut Marbuzet Finish; there are also 20 American, ten Irish, one Welsh and three Japanese varieties. Cocktails are inevitably whisky-based, but you’ll also find novelties such as a pomegranate caipirinha.
|Venue name:||Salt Whisky Bar & Dining Room||Contact:|
82 Seymour Street
|Opening hours:||Open 11am-1am Mon-Sat; 11am-12.30am Sun. Food served 11am-12.30am Mon-Sat; 11am-11pm Sun|
|Transport:||Tube: Marble Arch tube|
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This is the worst shisha place in term of customer service , the security will set you in a table after waiting with no limited time then he will ask you to squeeze your chairs together in very uncomfortable way and if you said I can't he will ask you to leave ... and in front of my eyes he push and enforce one of the customer to leave in very insulted way just because he ask for an extra table to put his dish and eat !!!!! The manager came to late after the accident !!!