Sam’s is one of those bistros that has a feeling of enjoyment and fun as soon as you walk through the door, and if you fancy sampling local produce during a holiday in Fowey then it’s a real favourite. Housed in a former merchant’s house that dates back to 1380, the restaurant includes an exposed original stone wall, so if you love to experience history then make sure you visit.
The restaurant is all about colour and cosiness, and the cosy booths are surrounded by brightly coloured walls and a 60s decor. The walls are decorated with artefacts from the world of pop music (most of which can be bought) and there’s an informal atmosphere that makes it easy to relax and enjoy your meal.
The menu has an emphasis on fresh fish, but with twelve types of burger to choose from there’s more than enough to tempt the meat lovers who visit. Sam’s has been running for more than two decades, so make sure you experience the good service, good food and winning atmosphere that have made it a success for so long. This is a restaurant where couples relive the day over a bottle of wine or two, friends chatter and families share several dishes so that everyone's happy, and it's a real favourite with Fowey's visitors.