Sam’s Larder Opens on Crisp Road

New boutique deli is shop extension of eponymous restaurant

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A new boutique deli has opened up this month in Hammersmith near the river. Sam’s Larder is right by Sam’s Riverside Restaurant and will be serving Tuesdays to Saturdays from 10am to 5pm.

Sam Harrison says, “Fanny & I always wanted to open a shop extension of Sam’s Riverside and now seems the perfect time to do this. Our builders turned our restaurant storage space into a gorgeous little boutique deli which is on Crisp Road, just behind the restaurant.

“Think cheeses from Neal’s Yard, bread, pastries & cakes from the Hedone bakery. British charcuterie from Crown & Queue, chilled Rock Angel rosé and other wines from our curated restaurant wine list, pasta for an easy delicious supper at home and many more little gems. Freshly cut flowers and organic fruit and vegetables round it out to make it the ideal local shop.”

He says the Hedone pastries have been selling out every day since opening plus there is lots of love for the Brindisa gazpacho and the Torre black truffle crisps.

Alongside this, Head Chef Harvey has created some pies for the freezer - Sam’s Fish Pie, Sam’s Chicken & Leek pie and Sam’s Summer Vegetable pie. These will keep changing as the shop evolves.

If you spend £50 with during August you will get 10% off your first shop.

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August 14, 2020

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