Belushi's Shepherd's Bush
Time Out says
Right by Shepherd's Bush station, this branch of the popular chain brings live entertainment, sports screenings, drinks offers and food with a US bent to west London. There's karaoke every week too, so ready your best warble - or earplugs - if you're heading down on a Thursday.
The drinks list is focused on cocktails, with classic drops such as mojitos, tequila sunrises and black russians served in jam jars alongside sharers and shooters - the peanut butter jelly shot does a trade approaching roaring. A few wines are on offer too, complemented by continental lagers on draught.
The food ranges from burgers, hot dogs, wings and racks of BBQ ribs to tex-mex staples such as tacos, nachos and quesadillas. Breakfasts with a similarly US-slant feature too, with stacked pancakes, breakfast baps and an American take on a full-English proving popular.
Users say (22)
Average User Rating
4.6 / 5
- 5 star:18
- 4 star:2
- 3 star:1
- 2 star:0
- 1 star:1
I popped into this shithole yesterday on Bank Holiday Monday and it was quite busy. I went to the bar and first of all there were not enough staff behind the bar to serve and Queen's Park Rangers were at home against Norwich. There were lots of fans in drinking so surely they must have experience of the home games being busier? They hadn't arranged for more staff? Idiots!
Eventually I ordered 2 snacks and 2 drinks for myself and my wife. I did notice that people at other tables sitting together were getting their meals at different times, couples and groups. I got my snack and noticed it was wrong but I had been to the gym and needed to eat so ate it and about 20 minutes later my wife still hadn't received here food. We asked and at the bar I showed my receipt to the barmaid who had taken my order. I asked why my wife's snack hadn't come and she said that I never ordered it! I said to her that she had even told me that that particular snack comes with chips! Then she started to talk about the burger I had ordered and I told her that I had not even mentioned a burger never mind ordered it! What was she going on about I asked?! Then I told her that my snack was wrong! Then a manager came to intervene and I asked whether the girl either didn't understand or she wasn't listening! I explained the problem and she said that the barmaid was training!
I just walked away. Don't go to this appalling place. Dirty, unpleasant and....well I have no more words to describe this terrible place, service, staff, food! Unbelievable!
Had a proper American night out last night. Beers and Burgers at Belushi's then onto The Cadillac Three at The O2 Academy just a few minutes walk down the road.
Belushi's turned out to be a good choice, Age ranges went from 21 to 49 , and drink choices from Diet Cokes to JD shots. Everyone tucked into hot wings and then classic burgers.
In truth the wings were tiny. I don't think a chicken could fly on them. The Diet Coke ( served as a pint ) was sickly. Way too sweet.
However, they were the only downsides. The staff were friendly and the place was buzzing. The burgers were not world-beaters but they were perfectly good and served with plenty of fries.
The TV's were all showing a premier league game, rather than American sports. None of us are footy fans and fortunately it was pictures without sound so not too distracting.
Overall not a bad place to start a Redneck night out in London.
Amazing atmosphere with rocking tunes, live sports and fantastic burgers!! Loving the new look too!!
Awesome venue to watch sports & a great mix of live music. The huge sharing (or not sharing if you're game) cocktails are really cool! Love this place.
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