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Sticky Fingers

Restaurants, Burgers Kensington
3 out of 5 stars
(3user reviews)
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Sticky Fingers

Time Out says

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'.



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

50% Off food

When ordering a minimum of 2 courses. does not include beverages or existing daily deals/set menu's. excludes valentines day. Terms and Conditions: Maximum of 8 diners. Includes VAT, excludes service. Valid For: 2 - 8 People Sun 12:00PM-10:30PM,Tue-Sat 12:00PM-10:30PM

Offer valid until Nov 15 2019

Unlimited wings & Huber beer or Mojito £17.50

Unlimited wings ( limited to 1h 30 minutes from order ) plus 1 drink each ( Huber or Mojito ). Whole table must take the deal. Terms and Conditions: Maximum of 10 diners. Includes VAT, excludes service. Valid For: 2 - 10 People Sun-Fri 12:00PM-10:30PM

Offer valid until Nov 15 2019

Beer & a burger: £12

Choose from Sticky Fingers Old Timer or a New Yorker with a Huber beer. Terms and Conditions: Maximum of 10 diners. Includes VAT, excludes service. Valid For: 1 - 10 People Sun 12:00PM-10:45PM,Tue-Thu 4:00PM-10:30PM

Offer valid until Nov 15 2019

Users say (3)

3 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

2.7 / 5

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Never order from them for delivery! I ordered at 7pm. At 9pm, the status changed to delivered but it wasn't. Customer service was horrible, redelivery was scheduled for 10pm so I had to cancel. Horrible!!!!!

We went here on Saturday for the first time to try their bottomless Prosecco brunch menu for my younger brother's birthday. Everything was spot on, the food was great, we went for the sharing nachos and then I had the burger, my brother had the BBQ chicken leg which I tried some and it was also great! The sevice was incredible, our waitress was incredibly attentive and friendly. We put a note on the booking it was for a birthday and at the end of the meal 3 waiters brought over a brownie with a candle sung happy birthday with us. Couldn't have asked for better!


I've been here quite a few times over the last 5 years, but most recently with a group of friends for a birthday.

We had a very friendly waitress but I can't say much for the manager. It's also the second time I've come here when the toilets have not had any loo paper in them and I've had to go back upstairs to ask for some.

The food is standard, filling, American grub. More Planet Hollywood than Blues Kitchen and The Diner, but still not bad, and the menu has recently been revamped.

The ribs, wings and mac 'n cheese are great to share when you're in a group.

But my Sticky Salad which was supposed to come with Gorgonzola cheese but there was no sign of it.

During the week there's a happy hour between 5 and 7. There's a selection of cocktails but they're nothing to rave about. Stick to the selection of American beers and wine.

Speaking of wine, our group ordered a few bottles of house red which we were told they'd run out of. The next bottle up was obviously more expensive- and not just by one or two pounds- so I asked if we could have it at the same price as the house bottle- not an unreasonable request.

Our waitress went to ask the manager, only to come back and say that 'the manager says you can't'. We ordered it anyway. Then we also ordered a bottle of house white wine amongst other drinks. When the other drinks were being brought our waitress said they'd also run out of the house white. So again I said we should really be given the next option for the same price- it's not our problem that they've run out. But again the manager refused. So we ended up paying more.

Firstly if anything has to be referred to the manager, the manager should be coming to deal with it- not sending the waitress to pass on their response. I expect the manager to be coming to the table and explaining why we should have to pay about £25 more on wine because they'd run out.

Secondly, check your bill. When we got it luckily one of us actually checked it and noticed we'd been charged for an extra bottle of wine which we didn't order or have.

Not saying they'd done that on purpose, but it could've easily been missed especially being in a big group.

While I've come here several times and had no real issues, unfortunately my last visit left a bad taste in my mouth, thanks to a lack of customer service from the management.

But I'll give them another chance to try the new menu.

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