The mouth watering and smokey smells of Pitt Cue have moved their ever so popular metal meat wagon on South Banks Thames Side up to the streets of Soho. The meat wagon prepared and sold some of the tastiest BBQ treats like pork briskets, ribs, chicken wings and other flame grilled meat delicacies was up for about four months and built up quite a dedicated and loyal following of BBQ loving carnivores. Now the Pitt Cue team comprised of Tony Adams and Jamie Berger are joined with Simon Anderson of Hawksmoor and The Albion’s chef Richard Turner to bring Pitt Cue to Newburgh Street, just off Carnaby Street.
Situated on the corner of Newburgh Street, it’s a pretty small venue with only thirty seats. Keep in mind that there are no reservations, running on a first-come-first-serve basis. Downstairs for seats diners, while minimal seating upstairs is focused more on drink, as they have a great bar and a number of cocktails and bourbon on offer.
A small takeaway menu’s also on offer with options of pulled pork or brisket, both of which comes in an amazing bun. Don’t get me wrong, it’s all about the meat from Pitt Cue, but sometimes it’s just all about the bun. It can really transform a burger or meal. My unsung hero, in all this is definitely the bun.
Go check it out for yourselves and make sure you get there early, as there’s always a heaving queue outside. See below to check out their menu and full details.
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