Sam Harrison to bring Sam’s Kitchen to Chiswick

By Joe Lutrario

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Sam Harrison to bring Sam’s Kitchen to Chiswick

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West London duo Sam Harrison and Fanny Stocker are switching their Sam’s Larder deli in Chiswick over to their café concept Sam’s Kitchen.

The move follows the success of the inaugural Sam’s Kitchen, which launched in Hammersmith last year offering elevated takes on breakfast and brunch classics. 

The chef behind Sam’s Kitchen is Abbie Hendren’s, whose CV includes La Trompette and The Glasshouse.

Her menu includes the likes of Brixham crab crumpet with poached egg and hollandaise; sweet potato rösti, black beans and avocado; and roasted pineapple with cardamom yoghurt and spiced oat granola. 

Lunch options, meanwhile, include pork schnitzel with crispy sage, Caesar-dressed leaves, anchovy and Cacklebean egg; and fried haddock in a toasted brioche bun with sriracha aioli and Thai-style slaw. 

The cosy 40-seat café also has a handful of alfresco tables. The informal interior design will take its cues from the Hammersmith original, including leather banquettes, marble counter tops, antique mirrors and tiling. 

“I couldn’t be more excited to open our second Sam’s Kitchen in Chiswick,” says Harrison, who along with Stocker also runs the more involved Sam’s Riverside and Sam’s Waterside restaurants in Hammersmith and Brentford.

“I’m often told how much our old regulars from Sam’s Brasserie still miss our breakfasts, and with our first Sam’s Kitchen in Hammersmith proving so popular, it just made sense to bring it back to where it all started for us. Chiswick has lots of great options already, so we’re certainly in good company, but I feel Sam’s Kitchen really stands out with the quality of our offering.” 

Sam’s Kitchen Chiswick officially launches on 2 April.

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