The Chicago Rib Shack (London) Reviews
Newest Review: ... difficulties. For me personally I loved the way the restaurant looked, it was modern and heavily decorated with pictures/ models of pigs (something a little bitter sweet when you look at the menu and see you can order a baby pig to eat) including a wall of painted pigs of different patterns/ types. On one side of the upper area was the tables and the other side was a large bar heavily packed with various drinks on show and three large TV's (these were just playing the Looney Toons whilst we were in there but I imagine they play sport or something similar later in the day). It wasn't as American styled as I imagined it would compared to ... more
Customer The Chicago Rib Shack (London) Reviews (1)
by - written on 03/03/12, updated on 30/09/12 (Very useful, 112 readings)
It was my mum's birthday last week and like every year we wanted to do something special to mark the occasion. A couple weeks prior to this she had discovered a restaurant, that she and my dad had regularly enjoyed eating at when they were a young couple, had opened in Westfield's shopping centre (though with a different name and slightly different menu): this was the Chicago Rib Shack. Having spoke fondly of this restaurant for years this seemed like a brilliant blast from the past for the both of them and a great place to try for the rest of us. The one in Westfield's, however, was just part of the food court and although we normally are happy to eat at the food court . Read the complete review
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