Sam's Brasserie And Bar, W4 4PH

Sam's was a restaurant and bar in Chiswick, just off Chiswick High Road. It closed at the end of August 2015, and the premises are due to become a branch of Foxlow.

The information below is retained for historical purposes.

Restaurant and bar in Chiswick, just off Chiswick High Road. The restaurant bit can probably seat 50 people, while the bar area will seat about 20. Brunch is served every day from 9am — in the bar on weekdays and in the brasserie on weekends.

bob visited on a Thursday lunchtime in September 2008 and had the three-course set lunch (£15; the two-course version was £12). I also had a large bottle of still water, which was £3.

The starter was veal tongue with marinated anchovies and rocket salad photo. This was very good, and the veal tongue had an interesting flavour and texture. The anchovies were very tasty too.

My main was seared mackerel with warm new potato salad and chilli butter photo. The mackerel was almost perfectly cooked; I would have preferred the skin to be crisper. The salad was fine. The chilli butter had only the merest hint of chili, but it worked in this dish.

For dessert I had pain perdu with caramelised apples photo. The apples were fantastic.

Accessibility: Step-free access, and an accessible toilet on the same floor. There's a non-accessible mezzanine area too.

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Last visited by bob, September 2008.

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