Yesterday we headed to Kensington to have lunch at Sticky Fingers which is an American style diner.
As we visited on a Sunday parking was free and we pretty much parked across the road which was handy! (A big tip of ours is to plan trips to London on a Sunday if you’re driving as not only is it free but it’s so easy to find street parking!).
The food here was absolutely delicious! We had a feast of mac n cheese (of course), buffalo wings, a chicken burger and fries and a steak that Dominic described as heavenly. All was topped off by a signature Sticky Fingers freakshake!
Best of all, this place is totally child friendly. As soon as we arrived Ita was given a colouring sheet and crayons to keep her occupied. Marco, our waiter, was so attentive and kept asking Ita if she was happy! It’s such a relief when a restaurant is so inviting when it comes to children.
Although there was rockerbilly music playing, we couldn’t help but notice all The Rolling Stones memorabilia. The restaurant is actually Bill Wymans (he was the bass guitarist until 1993!).
So if you love The Rolling Stones, this place is a little gem.
The restaurant is next door to Holland Gardens – handy to walk off the American size calories after 😅 There is an amazing play area there and of course the beautiful Japanese Gardens which are absolutely worth visiting.