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  • “If one of you is driving the 500ml carafe is also a great alternative to sharing a bottle - and terribly Continental!” in 2 reviews

  • “It has that buzzy atmosphere which is perfect for a date: loud enough to feel popular but quiet enough to feel intimate.” in 2 reviews

  • “I think I must go back today to try their weekday lunch, or early evening menu or evening menu, anything really, I must go back...” in 2 reviews

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  • 5.0 star rating
    20/5/2014
    10 check-ins

    One of our frequent stops when working in London.   Great staff. .. Super menu and very creative.   Cocktails are their speciality.

  • 3.0 star rating
    16/10/2014

    I finally figured out where this place was and visited for lunch on a Sunday.  It was pleasant enough, albeit that my roast beef was not the most tender meat, but Imay have been spoiled by just having returned from a trip to the States, where I enjoyed some really good beef.

  • 5.0 star rating
    25/2/2014
    1 check-in

    Usually I go and try a new restaurant if there is something different and intriguing on the menu and if basing it on that, Sam's Brasserie would not usually be a number one choice. However I found myself there on a Sunday evening  with my family and friends and ended up having an amazing time. Sam's Brasserie is where you find the usual easily recognised comfort foods like Baby Back Ribs and Nasville style fried chicken at it's best with high attention to detail and a bit of extra flare. I was genuinely surprised.

    The restaurant opened at 6:30pm and as we got there early we made used of the Happy Hour they had at the bar, 50% off cocktails and bottled beers and bar food. The bar menu caught my eye with options like fish sliders, chorizo hotdogs and fresh oysters and 50% off too. Sadly we couldn't try any of the food as we were saving our stomachs for the main event. For drinks I would highly recommend my Pomegranate Caipirinha which had a real depth of flavour in there with a fruity twist.Sadly the Long Island Iced tea was slightly weak.

    Without food the alcohol did go straight to my head so I was glad that by 6:30pm our table was nicely laid out with the menu and a jug of tap water was ready for us to pour out. We were asked if we wanted all of our dishes to come out together because only two of us had ordered a starter. With five mains being ordered and other diners I thought this would be a challenge however in excellent timing they managed to pull it off.

    Unlike the usual soup and bread Sam's goes the extra mile and served my cauliflower soup with a crunchy cheesy crostini and a fried egg on top. Dipping that into my soup was just a pleasure to enjoy. The other starter of prawn masala off the set menu was packed with flavour and spices and had a really refreshing dressed salad on the side to balance the flavours out.

    Together with the set menu came the Wild mushroom and onion stroganoff which may have been on the healthy alternative from the 5:2 menu but did not compensate on flavour at all. The mushrooms really fragrant the dish and together with the creamy onion sauce just brought the dish alive and left us satisfied.

    The beetroot arancini did seem a bit small for a main, arriving in three medium size balls. The arancini themselves were very delicate in flavour, rice cooked perfectly sticky and fluffy in a beautiful thin crunchy breadcrumb coating. Flavours became more apparent with the goats' cheese & onion sauce which really lifted the dish up. Together with the crunchy roasted radicchio the textures coming together made this dish a delight to enjoy.

    For meat lovers I definitely recommend the Baby Back Ribs. This one was cooked to my liking, one with a good bite and meat hugging the bone which I believe produce the best flavour and texture as it's the boiled down till the flavours have gone. The meat was juicy and lean, portion was plentiful and the sauce was spot on, not too sweet or salty. They were finger food, sticky and great to get into. Together with the beautifully seasoned creamed sweet potato mash they were a joy to demolish.

    Not so successful were the rib pork-eye that was overcooked even though they said it would be pink in the middle. This made the meat chewier then expected, However we learnt to appreciate the flavours instead and it's juiciness escalated by the marjoram dressing. The Nasville Chicken also had the same problem with being overcooked. This made the chicken quite dry and dense inside which is usually a problem with chicken breast meat. But once again the flavours from the marinated spices giving it that good kick of heat saved it, that and the lovely crunchy slaw and pickled gherkin on the side.  

    Most the dishes came in a good portion although not all come with a side dish. Chips were one of the better ones, seasoned and fluffy.

    As for desserts I  recommend the Warm Pecan Pie with cinnamon ice cream which was amazing with the soft yet crunchy pecans. The contrast of hot and cold really balanced out the sweetness, the cinnamon giving it that extra kick of nutty flavour. Sticky toffee pudding was lovely but could have done with more icecream to get the ratio right but faultless in flavour- a nice sticky caramel sauce on top into a light sticky toffee cake. The Ginger & Lemon Cheesecake came a lot lighter and fluffier than I expected. It was a nice change to the denser one I'm used to and I love how the lemon flavours were stronger in the sorbet and lighter in the cheesecake for that perfect balance.

    Sam's Brasserie really did surprise us with the quality and skilled cooking. All the dishes although very recognisable, were unique and had great attention to detail. Service was friendly although could have done with more staff. I would love to make a return to Sam's if the restaurant was nearer to me- one of the best Baby Back Rib's I've had.  A great family friendly restaurant with a kid's menu, warm comfortable decor welcoming people of all ages.

  • 3.0 star rating
    1/2/2014

    What I like best about this bar/restaurant is that there are two distinct areas of the venue - a bar area and a restaurant area. I don't see this often in the UK, if ever. I felt like I had walked into a American restaurant when I first stepped inside.

    My husband and I sat in one of the booths along the windows in the bar. It appeared that there was table service as some of the tables were being waited on, however, no one ever stopped by our table and we ordered directly from the bar.

    The first thing I noticed when the bartender was making our drinks was that the liquor was not measured. Never in my life did I think I would ever see a drink poured without the liquor being measured. It was nice. I ordered a cosmopolitan and my husband ordered the butterscotch martini. There was nothing special about my martini and my husband said that his did not taste very "butterscotch".

    Overall, our experience was fine. It would have been better had we had table service like the tables beside us along the windows.

    On a side note, every table in the bar was eating and the restaurant was pretty busy for it being a bit later at night (nearing 10pm). People eating is a good sign - we may return for dinner and drinks in the future.

  • 4.0 star rating
    15/3/2014
    1 check-in

    I had brunch here and was very impressed with it.  I had the scrambled eggs and chorizo and it was delicious and plentiful.   The coffee was very good and so was the Bloody Mary.   The only negative was that the service was fairly slow.  I don't think that is normal since the manager came over without prompting to apologize for the wait and tell us the good was on the way.  Which it was!   I will come back.

  • 4.0 star rating
    4/8/2013
    1 check-in

    Sam's is tucked behind Chiswick High Road in a converted bunch of old industrial offices known as the Barley Mow centre. It's  a popular afterwork spot for the media and PR offices of Chiswick and no doubt does good business from yah-types wanting to pay over the odds for flavoured ciders from Finland and 1990s cocktails.

    But we went for a sunday brunch. And I'll have to end my anti-Chiswick snark now, because I was very impressed. My choice was the Welsh Rarebit and in our group we also had eggs on toast, muesli and smoked mackerel kedgeree. Some eclectic stuff, all made well, presented nicely and served by a thoughtful waitress. It's also a huge spot, so bringing along a toddler with us caused no problems. Obviously something they'll have thought of being in Chiswick!

  • 4.0 star rating
    13/4/2009

    Sam's Brasserie has been picking up good reviews in guidebooks and a friend in Chiswick took me along for dinner recently. It's not easy to find from the main road but we found some parking on a residential street.

    The building had a mainly young adult clientele the night I visited though the menu certainly seems to lean towards catering for kids too. The bar served cocktails and I enjoyed my virgin apple mojito.

    The eating area has lovely high ceilings, giving an airy feel with a spilt level dining space. Never one to pass on offal, I had devilled chicken livers for starter - the livers were cooked to pink perfection and the devilling sauce provided a punch. My main course of rib-eye steak, chips and bearnaise sauce couldn't be faulted.

    I can see how this place has become a community favourite - good cocktail bar and family-friendly dining. I wouldn't travel just to eat here but would return if I was looking for somewhere to dine in the area. A solid restaurant and bar

  • 4.0 star rating
    18/5/2012
    2 check-ins

    Pancakes, it's all about the pancakes. That's what I think anyway. Sure, Sam's Brasserie has plenty of other things going for it too: It's tucked away on Barley Mow Passage, running discreetly parallel to Chiswick High Street. The service is polite, friendly and attentive. It has a pleasant atmosphere and relaxed, wooden interior. But the fondest memory I have of this place is the delightful, delicious and aesthetically pleasing pile of pancakes I had here one Saturday.

    It all started when I was told I would have to wait 20 minutes for them. In other words, they were being made fresh - great. Then they happily amended my order: no bacon thanks, just strawberries and a load of maple syrup please. And finally, they arrived, a stupendous sight of four pancakes drizzled in maple syrup and dotted nonchalantly with pieces of fruit. I took a bite, and yum - warm, fresh, sweet... delicious. I'm on a quest to unearth the best pancakes in London and so far these are definitely in the top two.

    Judging by the other reviews here, the rest of their menu is rather good too, which I'll hopefully try soon. But for now, it's all about the pancakes.

  • 4.0 star rating
    12/12/2008

    Sam's Brasserie is a really great restaurant in the Chiswick area. From the outside you don't expect too much from this place as its tucked down a small alleyway but get inside and its deceptively spacious. The decor is very minimalist and a bit uninspired- it borders on a room you might expect to find in a Travel lodge somewhere in middle England. However, don't let this put you off as the food makes it more than worth staying for.

    As you sit at your table you'll notice that your place mat also acts as your menu. Most items change daily and always reflect seasonal ingredients. My boyfriend's skate with caper butter was delicious and my hake with cannellini beans was also very good. Surprisingly though, I was most impressed by the bread. Our plates were constantly topped up with a delicious variety of warmed loaves and seeded buns. Delicious!

    My only complaint with Sam's Brasserie is the slightly shoddy table we were seated at. Upstairs in a little corner we felt very shut off from the rest of the restaurant and couldn't get a feel for the atmosphere downstairs. Despite this, I would definitely visit Sam's Brasserie again. For anyone how enjoys eating fish this is a must visit!

  • 4.0 star rating
    23/2/2011

    If i could fly out to london just to eat here, i would.
    but since I cant, I can reminisce and remember the wonderful times I have eaten here. My sister Lives in London, so when I go visit her or attend London fashion week, I ALWAYS make it MY job to come here.

    I dont go to london often, but the owner and manager here knows my sister and I pretty well. Its kind of hidden in a little ally way, but the interior decor is very cozy and has a homey feel to it.

    I get the same dish everytime here because I dont like change (lol) and the steak with the peppercorn sauce (ohhhh peppercorn) is DEE-LISH.

    Sometimes even the manager will serve us herself, and sit and chat with me and my sister. They EVEN created a special dish for us! When does that EVER happen? I mean its not on the menu or anything but they know that we like this specific salad, and its always there when we want it.

    Customer service at its finest. The rest of the staff is very pleasant, always greeting us with warm smiles and a fun story. I look forward to coming here again.

    thanks sam!

  • 3.0 star rating
    10/2/2012

    Atmosphere ****
    Cocktails *****
    Food **
    Service ***

    I love this place for a cocktail, it's one of those fantastic bars where when you order something fruity, they actually get out the whole damn fruit and muddle it up (instead of pouring some once-frozen puree or some artificial crap in and shaking it over ice)
    The Bar are is nice and large, and the bartenders seem pretty attentive.  

    I also like the atmosphere as it has a post-industrial feel to it Think: exposed brick, Bare wooden tables, chic lighting.

    My problem is with the food: It's just not that good for the price. The chowder I had (not only had a hair in it) but was also watery and way over salty.  The Salmon I had was tasty but completely cold in the center.  

    The service was about average, not overly-attentive or friendly but they got the order right and everything came out in good time.

    My advice: go for the cocktails (and maybe some nibbles) but better and less costly dinning can be found elsewhere in chiswick.

  • 4.0 star rating
    21/6/2010

    Much like a like first date, when I go to review a restaurant I'm hoping for a good first impression. Turning up at Sam's Brasserie I was feeling pretty stressed out, over half an hour late, cursing Boris Johnson, and in need of a large glass of wine!

    Once I stepped through the doors I knew I was going to be ok. First impressions were great! Not only did everyone in the place seem to know the eponymous "Sam", who in turn treated them all like regulars, but the relaxed atmosphere draws you in straight away. With it's warehouse vibe Sam's instantly reminded me of New York. It has that buzzy atmosphere which is perfect for a date: loud enough to feel popular but quiet enough to feel intimate.

    Talking of intimate... if you're going on a date whether it be first, second or third you have to sit in one of the 2 person booths at the bar - they are made for romance! Tucked up to a wall on one side, and open to the bar on the other, you've again got the perfect combination of intimate and lively, not to mention a whole host of punters at the bar to provide you with conversation topics should you be running short!

    The Better Half and I tucked into a delicious meal of seasonal food, chosen from the incredibly varied and impressive menu. I enjoyed my British asparagus whilst being grateful I'd managed to veto his choice of the ominously named "pigs head". We were also very impressed with the wine list which was extensive but also very good value for London. If one of you is driving the 500ml carafe is also a great alternative to sharing a bottle - and terribly Continental!

    Sam's gets a major thumbs up from me!

  • 4.0 star rating
    10/11/2008
    First to Review

    This is one of the coolest bars to be seen in Chiswick, run by Sam with Rick Stein being a joint owner / investor.

    They source the very best local ingredients and show real passion in providing excellent food and a wonderful service culture which is up there with the best. It opens at 9-00 a.m. when you can pop in for a coffee or enjoy the wonderful brunch consisting of organic yoghurt's, fresh fruit, muesli through something more substantial like the egg's Benedict.

    This place is open all the time and it caters very well for any eventuality, breakfast, lunch, dinner, a night out etc. They offer set menus for lunch, early evening and then have a more elaborate "normal" evening menu. Catering for everyone throughout the day they also have jazz weekends, Friday night DJ's etc so it really is a place that caters for everyone all the time.

    They try hard, deliver lots and really try to be part of the community - you will see Mum's and children in there during the day, tourists that stumble across the place, office workers at lunchtime and early evening and the local residents and others that have heard good thing's -  in evening's and week-ends.

    All this at reasonable money, they were voted as such (Winner - Best Value Restaurant 2008) in the Evening Standard awards.

    Well done Sam, keep up the good work.

  • 4.0 star rating
    29/5/2011

    Living in Hammersmith we are lucky to have so many brilliant and varying places to go.

    But there isn't anywhere that strikes me as a good modern brasserie. Except here.

    It's tucked away so often you forget it's there. But I will deffo make a mental note now.

    It was our second visit after a first visit we thoroughly enjoyed many moons ago.

    Lovely spacious room. solid, cool concrete floor. diners are able to peek into the busy kitchen

    All sorts of people there. A good mixture of young and old. Lovely menu. Loads of simple things done really well.

    A great plate of English charcuterie and a lovely squid salad to start. The charcuterie was delicious. Well chosen meat, a cut above the norm, with perfect accompaniments and most importantly good bread.

    I just had a steak for my main but it was everything a good steak should be. Well seasoned, generous, cooked to perfection, presented well with some good fresh watercress. And stiff, fluffy chips to go with it.

    But the best thing of all...£18. Well worth it for the food and the surroundings and the service.

    That's what you want from a good brasserie. Simple food. a menu that absolutely everyone will find an old classic they love on. All cooked without fuss or pretention but to the highest standard nonetheless.

    Sam's benefts from being on a quiet side street in an industrial looking building which gives it a certain something too.

    Top marks for this place. I must remember to go back for sunday lunch with the family for a treat. It's that kind of place.

  • 4.0 star rating
    23/8/2013
    1 check-in

    Nice casual local. Had great ribs. An adventurous menu with global flavours. They do a very reasonable early evening menu. £16.50 for 3 courses before 7.30.

    • Qype User london…
    • London
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    4.0 star rating
    19/9/2008

    I agree with johnw - Chiswick and edgy don't go hand in hand, but if being 'edgy' means people asking you for drugs, getting stabbed or generally other dodgy stuff, I'm happy for this place not to be particularly edgy!

    Even though I've worked in the area for nearly three years, I went to Sam's Brasserie for the first time tonight - it's a little off the High Road and between Turnham Green and Gunnersbury/Chiswick Park stations on the District Line. It's also behind another pub in a rather narrow alley, which is perhaps why I'd never visited before, and when we got there, it was rather quiet with only three or four other customers in there, however, the DJ was setting up for the evening, so they did expect it to get busier.

    The place itself is funky and first impressions are certainly good - concrete floor, leather chairs and tables opposite the bar, enormous light shades under it (you'll see what I mean if you go) and an enormous selection of spirits - great for after-work cocktails. Listed on the board was also a huge selection of beers, including the lovely Belgian white beer, Hoegaarden (try it!).

    The food looked really interesting, including the Spanish charcuterie board, but on asking, they didn't start proper food until 6.30pm, so unfortunately I can't pass comment. The menu though, of varied things like squid and bits of antipasti did look interesting though. The whole second section of the place is set out for more formal dining, so I'd imagine that this is a fairly important part of their business rather than just providing basic bar snacks.

    To be fair though, I went for the cocktails - and they didn't let me down - the mojito being being particularly pleasing, but martinis, the raspberry bellini and the Amaretto and champagne cocktail, with a lovely twist of orange was great - just what I wanted with a cold. All were carefully made and looked beautiful. You can see what I mean by looking at the pictures that I've uploaded above :)

    It's obvious they've put a lot of effort into making this a relaxed, pleasant place, catering for a nice range of people - a huge expresso machine, lots of newspapers and free wifi would all help to pull in the daytime crowd I would imagine. Overall, I'd certainly go back, and the drinks were about half the price of the equivalent ones in Central London establishmens such as the Lanesborough or the May Fair Bar in Green Park - £50 (plus service) for 7 cocktails: Sam's is well worth a visit, or three :)

    And by the way, if you're wondering, I've written this several hours after coming back home, the mojitos aren't still having an effect ;)

    • Qype User john…
    • London
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    4.0 star rating
    5/7/2007

    Lets face it, Chiswick isn't exactly edgy, but Sam's is a great option if you're looking for a modern, contemporary brasserie/bar. Its one of those urban/industrial settings (its a converted paper factory) that would be packed full of uber-media folk if it was in Hoxton or Shoreditch.

    I love the bar in particular as its one of the few places in W4 where you can drink past 11pm - on til 12pm Sun-Weds and 1am Thur-Sat. Plus it has table service!!

    Backed in part by Chef Rick Stein, the restaurant menu is varied but provides the usual options of brasserie style dining. Soups/Salads/terrines to start, roasts/sausages/fish dishes for mains. The food is of high quality, but it comes at a price. Sometimes I'm not convinced you're getting a good deal - in particular I've found brunch plates such as Eggs Benedict to be a bit meagre. Daytime dining is very child friendly - ample number of high chairs and boxes of toys in the foyer. That said its a great place if you want a lively evening - its packed most nights. In fact I had a few beers with some of mates there just last night!

    • Qype User missma…
    • London
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    • 14 reviews
    4.0 star rating
    2/6/2010

    Much like a like first date, when I go to review a restaurant I'm hoping for a good first impression. Turning up at Sam's Brasserie I was feeling pretty stressed out, over half an hour late, cursing Boris Johnson, and in need of a large glass of wine!

    Once I stepped through the doors I knew I was going to be ok. First impressions were great! Not only did everyone in the place seem to know the eponymous "Sam", who in turn treated them all like regulars, but the relaxed atmosphere draws you in straight away. With it's warehouse vibe Sam's instantly reminded me of New York. It has that buzzy atmosphere which is perfect for a date: loud enough to feel popular but quiet enough to feel intimate.

    Talking of intimate if you're going on a date whether it be first, second or third you have to sit in one of the 2 person booths at the bar - they are made for romance! Tucked up to a wall on one side, and open to the bar on the other, you've again got the perfect combination of intimate and lively, not to mention a whole host of punters at the bar to provide you with conversation topics should you be running short!

    The Better Half and I tucked into a delicious meal of seasonal food, chosen from the incredibly varied and impressive menu. I enjoyed my British asparagus whilst being grateful I'd managed to veto his choice of the ominously named "pigs head". We were also very impressed with the wine list which was extensive but also very good value for London. If one of you is driving the 500ml carafe is also a great alternative to sharing a bottle - and terribly Continental!

    Sam's gets a major thumbs up from me!

    • Qype User merlin…
    • London
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    • 50 reviews
    2.0 star rating
    25/9/2008

    Sam's is a great backstreet bar to go of an evening for a few drinks - nice atmosphere, and a bit classy in comparison to the other alternatives in the immediate surroundings.

    Food is a bit hit and miss, quite pricey (£10 for an Omelette, whilst large is still a bit over the top) and not as good value as some of the close by gastropubs.

    Fairly good wine selection though.

  • 5.0 star rating
    17/8/2013

    Excellent choice.  We went for dinner during a London vacation.  Had our two kids--11 & 7--along.  They loved it. Great kids menu, delicious food, full bar, lovely staff.  Would love to go back and try their breakfast.

  • 3.0 star rating
    26/9/2009

    Best day to go is Sunday when they have a live Jazz singer. The food is excellant but book a table or you'll sit in the bar area. The cosmopolitian cocktails are to die for!

  • 5.0 star rating
    8/12/2008

    Being in a very family orientated area of London, it makes perfect sense to target that market.  It is that what makes this brasserie score top marks in my book.  The venue feels spacious, white walls and mirrors make it look bigger than what it actually is.  Tables are very well organized and allow for maximum occupancy without feeling over crowded.
    The children's corner is a great idea, as if your little ones are starting to get a bit bored and uncomfortable you can go there and read a book, play with the blocks or just play with other children.  They keep that portion of the restaurant happy.  They offer a very healthy children's menu at £6 for two courses, for instance, Shepherd's Pie & Broccoli, Homemade fish fingers and pea mash or pasta and homemade tomato sauce.  
    As for adults, they have a fit for anyone, family brunches, weekday lunches, friends gathering for afternoon coffee, sunday roasts or daily breakfasts.  
    It is very rare that we can spend a sunday together, as a family, as my husband usually works, this sunday it was different.
    The weekend brunch is available from 12pm to 4pm, having  looked through the menu opened my appetite immensely.  The more lunch option won me over.  I got the Coln Valley Smoked Salmon, Herb Salad, Caper Salsa, Chive Creme Fraiche for £8 and it was very good, fresh and the chive cream just the right amount of chives.  Last but not least, for dessert Vanilla and Honey Panna Cotta with Cherry compote (£5.50), Oh my God! it was that good! I I didn't care I just spent almost as much on dessert as in the main course.
    I think I must go back today to try their weekday lunch, or early evening menu or evening menu, anything really, I must go back...

    • Qype User chewie…
    • London
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    4.0 star rating
    30/6/2009

    It's cool-funky-trendy interior, fine food and great cocktails, all tucked away from the high street: it's a winner for Chiswick. The only thing is that it's not great value for money but then again this is West London.

    • Qype User joshho…
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    • 7 reviews
    5.0 star rating
    31/1/2013

    Very nice place. It is perfect all day round. You can have a very tasty and reasonably priced breakfast or go here for lunch or diner. The food is always great and the chef puts these little personal touches, that make the dishes even better and more delicious. As for the staff they are all very friendly and work really efficiently. You will never be left waiting too long for your food. Barmans are experienced and very good at their job too.

    • Qype User claudi…
    • London
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    • 50 reviews
    5.0 star rating
    17/3/2011

    Great place, I really liked it. Must go back sometime.

    • Qype User Getup_…
    • London
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    • 72 reviews
    4.0 star rating
    28/10/2008

    I know the term has been over used but this place is a hidden gem. I came across it by randomly ending up on their mailing list?! I haven't a clue how I did, but I am very grateful. Brunches are a must here. May I suggest if you are perhaps taking a weekend walk in Kew Gardens, this place is definitely worth driving up the road from Kew instead of finding a place round there. If you want to bring the Sunday papers that's cool too as it has a really laid back vibe. I have not eaten the roasts yet but embarrassingly have had a few too many Harvester moments where a big plate of beef and all the trimmings has passed me by and I just gawp mouth open. I don't know how they do it but the place manages to combine classy food and surroundings, whilst maintaining its super family friendly atmosphere. I need to go and check out what dinner is like here because all the food looks gorgeous, but currently I am loving hanging out on a Sunday.

    • Qype User Becv…
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    4.0 star rating
    30/6/2009

    One of the best places for a relaxed weekend 'brunch', you can eat in the bar area (boothes and tables) or in the main restaurant. Food is great, particularly the fish mains and italian influenced dishes, you can have a 'special occasion' meal and there really does seem to be something for everyone (although I'd like a few more veggie options). On the brunch side the eggs benedict are near perfection!

    • Qype User mccak8…
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    • 94 reviews
    4.0 star rating
    17/11/2008

    I really like this place. off the main high road but easy to find, this place is cool and contemporary. The drinks are varied and reasonably priced. Decor is great with different setaing areas. Food is yummy, but more expensive than some of those on the high road.

    • Qype User charle…
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    • 15 reviews
    4.0 star rating
    7/10/2009

    Still like Sam's allot. They stopped serving Leffe a few months ago and the food is still quite good but no longer great - hence only 4 stars. Everything else about the place is great. Love the art and deco.

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