London Barbecue Restaurant, Pitt Cue, Closes its Doors for the Last Time
Tuesday, June 11, 2019
Starting as a food truck in 2011 by Tom Adams and Jamie Berger, this renowned restaurant, which was known for its picklebacks, ribs and pulled pork, has closed its doors after eight years of operation in London.
The site of this restaurant has changed over the years, starting out on Soho’s Newburgh Street in 2012 to finding itself in Devonshire Square in The City.
Tom Adams opened a concept restaurant, Coombeshead Farm, which was a farm-to-fork ordeal in 2016 in Cornwall, which was to promote his ethical stance towards serving high-quality meat, which was evident throughout all locations, with the specialised dishes in Pitt Cue, such as pheasant sausage, caramel-cooked prime ribs and Mangalitza pork. Owners, staff and the customers have all been affected by the sad news of the closure, but with the support received over the last eight years, can see that it’s still a nice and happy ending to this establishment.