Sticky Fingers

1a Phillimore Gardens Kensington, London, W8 7QG
North American

Top offer

Star Deal - 3 courses & free-flowing prosecco £28.50 per person

Available lunch Mon-Sun & dinner Sun-Thu until 26/01/19, subject to availability. Bookings can be made up to 93 days in advance. Dishes from a set menu & subject to change. Incl VAT, excl service. Free-flowing prosecco served for 90 minutes



Main course: £12
Food spend: £30

Opening hours

Monday to Sunday: 12:00 - 23:00

Restaurant description

Since 1989, Sticky Fingers has been serving up American classics alongside a magnificent collection of Bill Wyman’s Rolling Stones iconography.

Renowned for its innovative cocktails, Sticky Fingers also has a reputation for the best ribs in London. Owned by original Rolling Stones member Bill Wyman, rare original Stones memorabilia decks the walls.

Brimming with American-style dishes, the Sticky Fingers menu reveals favourites like 12-hour slow-smoked beef short rib, to the classic the pig burger with honey-seared bacon, Monterey Jack cheese + pulled pork. There is a good selection of chicken, salads and freshly caught fish, while a fun and vibrant children's menu will please the little ones.

A popular celebrity hangout, Sticky Fingers Holland Park is a vibrant concept restaurant, known for its award-winning burgers and American cuisine. Tucked behind Kensington High Street, Sticky Fingers London is just a 5-minute walk from High Street Kensington Tube Station.

Customer reviews for Sticky Fingers
(based on 567 reviews)

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  • entertainment (103)
  • afternoon tea (8)
  • dinner (404)
  • value (255)
  • child friendly (192)
  • breakfast (12)
  • lunch (296)
  • business (20)
  • romantic (45)
  • luxury (4)
  • private dining (36)
  • trendy (200)
  • views (3)
  • large parties (240)
  • al fresco (8)
  • By Kanisha A from London
    11 November 2018

    The restaurant has cool interior, there are a lot of Rolling Stones decor around the walls. The BBQ chicken was amazing!

  • By Bo S from Stockholm
    11 November 2018

    an alternative to Hard Rock Café...

  • By Anna I from Lonfon
    10 November 2018

    Great Prosecco :)

  • By Sheilina S from Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea
    1 November 2018

    Great venue, excellent service (Thank you Marco) and such great value for the set menu and free flowing prosecco. The portions are generous, flavoursome and well presented. I look forward to returning.

  • By Andrew W from London
    30 October 2018

    Great place to visit with great staff and nothing was any trouble

  • By Jeanette H from Rainham
    27 October 2018

    Went for the 3 course endless bubbles menu good value for money you are given a bottle of prosecco which is replaced once finished. Food and service good would return

  • By Trinity M from London
    25 September 2018

    Really nice food good portions

  • By Shaf J from London
    6 September 2018

    Friendly atmosphere Generous portion Tasty Good price

  • By Jeanette H from Rainham
    25 August 2018

    Booked the endless bubbles for £28.50 excellent value the bottle of prosecco was left on the table and replaced when it was empty. Food was delicious. Staff did an excellent job. Would definitely return.

  • By Sarah L from London
    24 August 2018

    Really lovely food, lovely staff. Good amount of prosecco & werent stingy on timings!

Restaurant Location Map
Sticky Fingers
1a Phillimore Gardens Kensington, London, W8 7QG

Available offers

  • Star Deal - 3 courses & free-flowing prosecco £28.50 per person

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