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'This is a must-see-must-do-must-eat-rock 'n roll-pilgrimage.
Named after the 1981 Rolling Stones album: Bill Wyman's Sticky Fingers Restaurant.'
Because Bill's dining delight's were less catered for almost everywhere he would search on his rock 'n roll travels, he eventually decided to open his very own restaurant providing the things he loved to eat most: Viz.. American-inspired food. So here are dishes prepared to order - tender steaks, the best ribs in London - so they say, and freshly caught grilled fish together with award winning burgers. Oh! ..and all served with a sizable side-order of rock 'n roll.
Of course, no self-respecting rock 'n roll celebrity-eatery can be without it's main functional theme.. In this case Bill's Rolling Stones colleagues themselves. Here is where the food however tends to be largely upstaged by the intriguing sights of glass-cased guitars, artwork posters, wall-mounted multi-million selling gold albums, unmistakably and truly gritty Stones music coupled with the purity of rock 'n roll nostalgia itself. The ample menus further offer a completed finale to the five human senses of touch, taste and smell.
A big well done from me to you Bill Wyman. You have captured here - in Sticky Fingers - the complete R 'n R cullinary experience.
Brian's Ronnie's Bill's
One of Keef's!
References to The Eel Pie Island with Mick on stage at the EPI Hotel: Circa 1963.
1A Phillimore Gardens, London, W8 7QG
Nearest tube - High Street Kensington - 3 mins walk
020 7938 5338
"Got a pic or a story or two?"
Then send them on to Bill at LANKY BEAT
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