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night at the Blues Kitchen is now officially rib night. Oh yes, the Camden joint offers the perfect start to the week. Every Monday you can dive into a half stack of St Louis Pork ribs, perfectly built for two, or for the greedy, a meaty orgy. They come stacked high and wide and having been roasted for 8 hours and marinated with their secret recipe of bbq sauce they pack a punch. We went along for the ride this Monday and our expectations were beaten, sharing is not something we’re fond of but by god were we glad it worked out that way – they stack ‘em high.

At £10 pound they aren’t bad value either. Plus there’s plenty of sides on offer from onion rings and slaw to huge homemade sweet potato wedges. And you’re in the Blues Kitchen; good beer, ace music, bourbon list as long as our arms and the atmosphere is always jumping. Probably avoid the ribs on a first date though…just saying.

Dig in. Oh an you might want to book, it was rudy bloody busy!

Rib Night, every Monday
The Blues Kitchen, 111-113 Camden High Street, NW1