Top 10 Smokehouses in London
Do you like you meats hung up and soaked in smokey flavours? Do you dream of those dry hills of the Deep South and drool over chicken wings? Well, you've come to the right place. With plenty of meaty additions to the London barbecue scene, get your hooks into these full-flavoured shmokin' hot greasy meaty treats. Check out our recommendations for some of the best smokehouses in London.
Watch your meats smoked before your eyes on this open plan forge. This enticing fire will be wrapping your tender meaty meals in the shmokiest flavours, with delights such as the rack of fun coca-cola ribs, accompanied by apple and fennel slaw, corn and hand-cut ships.
This shmokin' hot spot in London's buzzing Shoreditch is the perfect place for some smokehouse cuisine. With pit smoked brisket, Texan style, among other meaty barbecue favourites, expect your taste of the Deep South to be delicious, tender and full-flavoured.
How does hickory smoked baby back ribs, glazed with Dr Pepper and served with classic slaw sound? Drooling yet? Head to this Deep South inspired haunt in Notting Hill and discover the best in new smokey delights.
With an urge to generate some of the best smoked food in London, Sticky Fingers are at the forefront of American grub in the city. Head on down for smoked beef short ribs and a selection of some of the best craft beers sin the business.
These classic Deep South burnt ends are slow-roasted (and we mean slowwwww roastedddd) for not ten, not fifteen, but twenty whole hours, glazed with a beer and hickory barbecue sauce for some extra smokey flavour and seductive stickiness.
This West London tribute to the barbecue foodie feasts so popular in America is the perfect spot to satisfy those smoked meat hankerings. Hang out in the garden and enjoy your tender flavourful meals fresh from the smoker.
This plates puts the sophistication in your smokehouse plates, adding a bit of British class to the usual greasy sticky favourites of Deep South inspired cuisine. Get your smoked lamb shoulder served with polenta, raclette & sambal for a poshed up greasy sensation.