Sticky Fingers was opened by Rolling Stone member, Bill Wyman in 1989. It’s similar to the Hard Rock Café, except that the memorabilia is all Bill Wyman and the Rolling Stones. I’m not sure how much Bill is involved now, but the restaurant still calls itself ‘Bill Wyman’s Sticky Fingers’.

We were staying at the Hilton Olympia Hotel and Sticky Fingers is just a short walk from there – just turn left out of the hotel. I signed up the mailing list and they sent me a voucher for 20% off – so if you’re planning a visit then definitely sign up.

Our visit was a Friday and I could see that there was an offer for a triple burger, fries and a beer for £19.95 that’s only £16.00 with the voucher.

The staff welcomed the three of us and our waitress (Rebecca 273) was really helpful and friendly.

We ordered:
Two ‘Stack Attack’ triple burgers and beer £19.95 each
One Chicken Fajita £16.95
A strawberry Rekorderlig Cider £5.50
Two large Heineken beers £5 each

The food was pretty good and on a par with other similar format places like Hard Rock and Planet Hollywood.

Here are some pictures of the interior – taken at the end of the evening, although it was never that busy.

I thought the prices were very good for London. A service charge of 12.5% was added and we were happy to pay that. Total with discount £67.18 – amazing.

I’m surprised that this place isn’t busier. I suspect that many people don’t even know it exists. I only found it when looking for places near to the Hilton Olympia.

I’d recommend a visit, especially if you’re considering booking somewhere like the Hard Rock as this is cooler and less expensive.

1A Phillimore Gardens
London W8 7QB

Reservations: 020 7938 5338