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The original Sticky Fingers in London opened on May 9th 1989, with a star studded party that was the for runner of many to follow. Sticky Fingers is regarded as much more than just another celebrity burger joint. When Bill had the idea a restaurant called Sticky Fingers he was clear that it should not only be a celebration of the 'Greatest little Rock and Roll Band in History' but it should be a great place to eat..... without it costing an arm and a leg.
Suitable for both young and old, Sticky Fingers is known as one of London's most exciting restaurants. The American & Euro style food is prepared
Sticky Fingers has been described by an American critic as the "San Lorenzo of burger restaurants". Quality has always been of prime concern, but not at silly prices!
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“There is a rusty trail across my keyboard. Oval fingerprints for dendrochronology punched on selected keys. Chestnut colouring from my grubby fingers. It’s the Hickory marinade from a devoured carcass. The sweet lubricant of a meaty feast that has left me with sticky fingers.
Bill Wyman’s Sticky Fingers – opened in 1989 - in Kensington is packed with rock and roll memorabilia, and during my visit – the October half term - parents and their darling children (with names like Camilla, Beatrice, Charles and Walter). The former Rolling Stone bringing a portion of American diner to a West London backstreet. Think Planet Hollywood and Hard Rock Café, but with strictly Stones paintings, pictures and platinum albums.
The menu is sticky American banquet. There is the obvious: Buffalo Wings, Beef Chilli Potato Skins, Philly Cheese Steak Sandwich and Smoked Chicken Cob. There are three steak options: Sirloin 10oz (£15.95), Ribye 14oz (£16.95) and an 8oz Fillet (£17.95) - + £4.95 for three Tiger prawns, adding, “Surf to your Turf”. Chargrilled British beef burgers, the classic, and award winning, Sticky Fingers Burger priced at £9.45, all looked stacked with ingredients and appetising. The Sticky Fingers Burger arrived with lettuce, tomato and fries on a long, clean white plate. Reports from my partner were good.
My Hickory Smoked Ribs (smothered in bbq sauce (St. Louis style),was again served on a long, clean white plate, with my choice of sides: mash and onion rings. The mash w”
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David Constable, London (8 years 4 months 24 days ago)
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- Cuisine Type: American
- Dress Code: Not Specified
- Group: Maxwell's Restaurants, Clubs & Bars
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