If you're looking to bag yourself one of Southwark's finest racks o' ribs then make for Union Street where The Charlotte offers some of the most indulgent baby back pork ribs, served with chips and perfectly washed down with one of their great beers or cocktails.
Best Ribs in London
Rack 'em up, smother 'em in sauce and gnaw your way through each and every sticky one of the suckers. Yes, we're talking about ribs. It's time to get hungry, get messy and get utterly and completely satisfied with these meat heavy mounds of porky treats and beefy slabs. Nothing satisfies a good feed like a big rack o' ribs to contend with - bibs at the ready, we can already smell the BBQ goodness coming our way. Here's our lip-licking road to the best ribs in London. Queue dribbbbble...
These guys don't mess about. With a BBQ philosophy cooked up straight from the Deep South of America, it's all meat on steroids here where slow smoked is the name of the game and the portions come 'Blowout' size. We'd suggest going down on a Monday for a slice of the 'Big Pig Gig' - that's limitless BBQ (and yes, that includes RIBS).
Coming at you with a name like Sticky Fingers, it's no wonder that this restaurant knows what to do when it comes to the art of ribs. Head on down for moreish bits and BBQ goods as these guys give you a reason to get just that, sticky fingers.
Not only is this a great spot for a signature martini or two, Number 6 in Camden also dish up some pretty show-stopping ribs. Marinated for 48 hours and inspired by a village-style recipe from Bali, they'll really take you to tropical paradise.
Meaty ribs is the name of the game at Porky's Bankside. Just moments from Southwark Bridge, you could be transported to Memphis, bringing the best in ribs, burgers and pulled pork all cooked via specially imported smokers. To wash it all down, they offer an impressive array of cocktails, craft beers and whiskeys.
Changing things up a bit with a piece of Peruvian kitchen perfection, Ceviche come to town armed with pisco, sizzling grilled goods and a spice of chicha (that's cheeky to you and I). Ribs go exotic here. It's the Costillas Chifa that have caught our tastebuds: baby back pork ribs covered with pineapple, amarillo chilli, soy sauce, limo chilli and spring onions.
This stylish restaurant serves British meals with a French flair, using delicious seasonal products. They also do mouthwatering ribs that come as part of a bottomless ribs and wings deal on Thursdays.
With all meat-smoked in house, this US-inspired BBQ haven offers racks of succulent, fall-off-the-bone ribs. And why not wash it down with one of their 150 different whiskies from the US, Ireland, Japan and more.
Now, it has to be said ribs aren't the only show stopper at this juicy joint. Bringing ashore all manner of Texan feasts, Blues Kitchen cooks up quite the array of Southern American style foods. But, their St Louis Pork Ribs in particular are slow cooked for 12 hours of mouth watering taste sensation and come part of that heart-stopping platter.
Not only are these chaps masters of the pitt-cue combo, but they're also undisputed killers when it comes to rid-onkulous food challenges. Prepare to completely engorge yourself in meaty madness with the Red Dog ruling of 16 hour smoking. There's no turning back here - their ribs are supersize and super good.
Champions in the pitt and the cue, this gluttonous gaff has gone from street food hero to restaurant A-lister and legend in London for its hardcore BBQ goods. Hotbox is certified smokin' when it comes to meaty morsels and with their own house recipe glazes, you can go big with their 20 Oz Black Angus Beef Ribs, or go hot-hot with their Scotch Bonnet Glazed Pork Ribs.