1a Phillimore Gardens, London, London, W8 7QB
- Tel: 020 7938 5338
Sticky Fingers is owned by Bill Wyman and his photographs adorn the walls as does a range of Rolling Stones memorabilia. They serve large helpings of American style food such as burgers and potato skins in an informal yet fun atmosphere with friendly and welcoming staff. Catering for private parties of up to 150 guests is available upon request. They also sell a range of merchandise and have a bar.
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Good - but not outstanding in any way.
11/01/2010 by AliZebu
I have been to Sticky Fingers a few times over the years and my impression always stays the same. They have a GOOD standard of food & service which has been consistent AND a nice "upbeat" atmosphere but whenever anybody suggests going there at least 3 other places pop in my head to visit instead. A friend recently suggested going there because: "They have the best Ribs in London". I personally think that 'Bodean's BBQ', 'Chicago Rib Shack' & 'The Big Easy' are better but as they were picking up the bill we went here instead. The starter of Nachos were decent - covered in a tasty cheese AND with a dipping bowl of Chili con queso. The Quesadilla was OK but not comparable to most Tex-Mex places as it lacked authenticity. I had the Bourbon Glazed Ribs and my buddy opted for the Hickory Smoked ones. The sauces were both very sweet and fairly similar. The meat was very tender and fell away from the bones easily. Sadly they may have been overcooked (pre-boiled) as the actual taste of Pork was lacking once the sauce had been licked off. The French Fries were done just right & the Mashed Potato was very rich in a buttery way. The "Apple Coleslaw" was too sweet to my liking. The "Monday Madness" offer means mains are discounted by 20-50% and some cocktails are 1/2 price too so it is definitely worth trying out on that particular day if you are unsure.Report this
06/10/2007 by Lizzweee
Excellent food, fantastic cocktails and lovely milkshakes, this place is not cheap unless you know the secret! Cut price Mondays will get you enormous and delicious burgers for a fiver and 4.30-7.30 happy hour gives cocktails at £3.50. It has a great feel to with walls full of rock memorabilia and good music. A brilliant place to go, drink eat and be merry.Report this
28/09/2007 by Roya
Sticky fingers is everything a big American diner should be (though it's owned by Brit Bill Wyman!). If you're going to eat there try to go on a Monday when many dishes are half-price. To eat a delicious, stacked burger anywhere in London would be tough for £5.50, but Monday Madness makes it possible. Milk-shakes are a must too. The staff are also friendly and patient (with my indecisive ordering habits).Report this
08/02/2007 by TrustedBot
In April 1971 when The Rolling Stones released Sticky Fingers none of them, least of all Bill, thought they were setting in motion a chain of events that has seen Sticky Fingers Cafe become Britain´s favourite Rock and Roll restaurant. 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! From the critical acclaim that Sticky Fingers has received they have definitely achieved their culinary ambitions. 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. It is known as one of London´s most exciting restaurants. The American/ Euro style food is prepared to perfection - tender steaks, meaty ribs, freshly caught grilled fish and not forgetting the award winning burgers. 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!Report this
21/09/2006 by nickpgr
Sticky Fingers is owned by Bill Wyman of the Rolling Stones and his photographs adorn the walls as does a range of Rolling Stones memorabilia. The food at Sticky Finger is really good. It's pretty much American and they do all the normal stuff you would expect at an American restaurant. Starters range from the traditional nachos, Duck Wraps, sour cream and bacon, chicken fingers etc to highly creative dishes. Try the Smoked BBQ Chicken and the Cajun Chicken Fajitas which are delicious. The atmosphere is great and a bit informal and the staff very friendly. The music on the weekends is a mix of Rolling Stones and other rock classics and after a couple of pints you'll definitely rediscover the Stones!Report this
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