Get the BBQ sizzling with John Stenton’s speciality meaty treats

Get the BBQ sizzling with John Stenton’s speciality meaty treats

Get the BBQ sizzling with John Stenton’s speciality meaty treats – piri piri chicken, delicious Stenton burgers, homemade sausages and the famous ‘Man Chop’.

John Stenton has been Brackenbury’s butcher for more than 30 years. Some customers have been visiting his shop on Aldensley Road since the day John and his wife Lena opened the
doors for the first time three decades ago. He has seen couples turn into families and parents turn into grandparents. Lena even knits clothes for newborns in the area. John offers a unique blend of quality meat and friendly service, which you will not get in the supermarket. Customers travel for hours from outside London to visit Stentons.

If you are firing up the BBQ you will be delighted at the range of meats on offer – piri piri chicken, lemon and pepper chicken, glazed lamb cutlets, rack of ribs, sausages and
the famous Stenton burger. Another popular speciality of John’s is his renowned ‘Man Chop’, a large peppered pork chop with the belly part left on that can weigh in at 1kg. With this extensive range of meaty treats your al fesco cooking season is sure to be a hit with family and friends.

John Stenton Family Butchers
020 8748 6121
55 Aldensley Road
Hammersmith W6 0DH

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