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Sticky Fingers

Restaurants, Burgers Kensington
Sticky Fingers

Time Out says

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Once a fixture in Soho, Bill Wyman's Sticky Fingers cafe (taking its name from the Stones' album) has been serving up quality burgers, ribs and steaks, not to mention cocktails, since 1989. The move to Kensington doesn't seem to have dimmed its popularity, perhaps thanks to a special all-inclusive party menu and a three-hour happy hour. 

The menu is typical southern American staples – think slow-smoked beef short ribs, St Louis-cut rib, BBQ pulled pork beans and mac ’n’ cheese. You can also try an ice cream and coke float from the soda fountain, as well as freakshakes should you really want to get indulgent.  

Sticky Fingers says
Sticky Fingers restaurant, created by legendary Rolling Stones rocker Bill Wyman, was aptly named in honour of the famous album released by the band, and is the concept of Bill Wyman’s idea of what he most enjoys in a restaurant: 'a haven of good food and good times'.

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Address: 1A Phillimore Gardens
London
W8 7QB
Transport: Tube: High Street Kensington tube
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