Sam's Brasserie & Bar
- Tel: 020 8987 0555
11 Barley Mow Passage, London, W4 4PH
09:00 - 00:00
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Happy hour 5PM-7PM - 50% off all bar food, cocktails, bottled beers and House wine - available until the end of Aug 2012
Sam's Brasserie & Bar is a contemporary brasserie serving Modern European cuisine. The menu features everything from light salads to serious roasts, with the aim of appealing to everyone from local office workers to parents with children. The emphasis is on flexibility - people are encouraged to visit Sam's for everything from breakfast or a light snack and coffee, to drinks with friends or a full three course meal with wine. Breakfast, weekend brunch, lunch and children's menus are also available.
Services and Products
- Vegetarian Dishes
- European restaurant
- credit cards accepted
- live music
- Large bookings welcome
- wheelchair accessible
- disabled access
- Child friendly
- Family restaurant
Not bad bar food as well
Free wifi, great tea, lovely music and kind people.
I will be working from here regularly but also coming back to eat by the look of the menu - delish and good value
What a find!
I've also been along to some of their wine tastings, which are a good night out.
The atmosphere is relaxed and it is as welcoming for brunch as for dinner.
The food is tasty without being pretentious, and there is always a really good selection of fish.
Whenever I've for a recommendation on wine the staff have always been helpful.
Overall, highly recommended
Their weekend cocktail specials are to die for and go great with the evening food specials if you are eating there.
The bar area can be crowded at times due to it's popularity but if you can get a seat it's a place that you'll feel comfortable sitting down, drinking and chatting to friends and loved ones all night long.
Menu wise I've always found something to eat (well, more than just the one thing) and have never experienced anything other than great food.
I'd recommend Sam's to everyone but make sure to book if you want to eat before the 9'o clock watershed..
Ate here with my partner last weekend for the first time and was hugely disapointed. To cut a long story short it was a tale of sloppy (and Lazy!) service, poorly presented squid, dreary risoto and a rather lame dessert that just succeded in being, well, dry.
These guys have a cracking wine list and the premises look lovely. So why is the food here such a huge disapointment?
Sam's has a bar area, with cute booths along the window, and then a 2 tiered dining section - the prime position being on the ground floor, with a view into the kitchen to watch the chefs at work....and to check out who is coming through the door! It is a great space - very modern, and the toilets are very popular as they play loud music and you can have a sing-a-long while you go about your business.
I can highly recommend their seafood dishes - especially the Steamed Mussels and Clams with Chickpeas and Chorizo; and the Seared Diver Caught Scallops with Risotto Nero & Lemon Butter. Dessert wise, they also do a mean Creme Brulee. If you make it there for brunch then you can't go past the Eggs Benedict, or for a decadent start to the day, my husband says their French Toast is the best ever!
** JULY 2008 - Had another enjoyable dinner at Sam's **