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Sam’s Brasserie Chiswick

Sam’s Brasserie & Bar is a big bouncy beach ball of a restaurant, with colourful décor and a young, family friendly vibe.

This restaurant would be best described as a joyful all-rounder, with a welcoming friendly atmosphere, and the sort of menu that would appeal to the most fussy or basic eater. I went for the Nashville Hot Chicken with House slaw and Gherkin, which was light and delicious. Coming in at £15 I found it a little price tag heavy for the size (I ordered a side of chips), but the chicken was cooked perfectly and had a good chilli kick. Families and residents of Chiswick are clearly this restaurants main customers, and a local I bumped into in a nearby pub tells me it gets very noisy on a weekend.

A break from the delightful children can be found in the bar area of the brasserie, where things get a little more raucous and playful in a different sort of way. ‘Happy Hour!’ the bar area is large and even has its own separate food menu, with cheap drinks during happy hours throughout the working week.

Sam Harrison started Sam’s under the watchful eye of Rick Stein back in 2005, and his empire is growing, with Harrison’s now open in Balham. The vibe is laid back, casual, yet smart enough to have your family birthday celebrations. Staff are professional and accommodating, and while I wouldn’t make the trip especially, this would definitely be my go-to if I lived in the area.

See my 60secondreview of Sam’s Brasserie and what the space is like here.

Sam’s Brasserie @60secdine from 60secondreviews on Vimeo.

View their website & menu here.
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