Pitt Cue Co, Southbank, Hungerford Bridge, London

After hearing about this new American Style BBQ van on the Southbank on Twitter and from Helen on the FoodStories blog I had to pop in to sample for myself the delights of Pitt Cue Co on a recent visit to That London.

Pitt Cue Co Van

We were not to be disappointed with the friendly staff or the fab food, after struggling to remember the correct terminology for a shot of Rye Whiskey and Pork Scratchings, I managed to mutter something vaguely familiar and was then reminded I wanted a “Pickleback & Skin” a shot of Rye Whiskey & a shot of Pickle Juice accompanied with Skin – salty pork scratchings, a delicious combination & not to be missed…

Jamie Berger serves a Pitt Cue Pickleback and Skin

Jamie Berger serves a Pitt Cue Pickleback and Skin

On to the main attraction, the pulled pork, but with a twist today as it was to be Pulled Ham Hock direct from the farm, slow smoked on hickory and with a nice salty tang to accompany the homemade red slaw, pickles with bite and a good slop of spicy sauce with a good chink of toasted sourdough bread on the side to mop up the juices.

Pitt Cue Co Ham Hock & Slaw

Also on the menu, Ribs and Salt Longhorn Brisket (will be trying it next time & comparing with my recent effort – Belted Galloway Brisket!), all served with your choice of coleslaw or root beer beans and the bread of the day.

To quench your thirst a selection of classic beers, The Kernel Pale Ale, Wandle Real Ale, Burton Hill Cider, homemade lemonade, elderflower or root beer….

Jamie Berger looks on as we study the Pitt Cue Co Menu

Jamie Berger looks on as we study the Pitt Cue Co Menu

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About cwildman

Local Food Evangelist, 5th Generation Butcher based in the Yorkshire Dales, England. Town End Farm Shop, Artisan Butchery & Charcuterie, Home of The Yorkshire Chorizo.
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