The brainchild of Bill Wyman, Sticky Fingers restaurant offers excellent American style food served in a warm and relaxed atmosphere.
In April 1971 when The Rolling Stones released Sticky Fingers none of them, least of all Bill Wyman, thought they were setting in motion a chain of events that has seen Sticky Fingers Cafe become Britain’s favourite Rock and Roll restaurant. 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 and 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 their award winning burgers at very reasonable prices. A great restaurant for a lively night out as well as a fantastic collection of Rolling Stones memorabilia.
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