Sam’s Brasserie, situated in an old print mill in west London and named after co-owner Sam Harrison, has won high acclaim from customers and food critics alike. With Rick Stein as a principal investor, it is little wonder that the venue has created so much interest. The menu is diverse and the opening hours long – however quality is always apparent.
At the outset of the venture, Sam Harrison and his head chef asked us to design and install a kitchen that would be able to function at many levels. We devised a layout that allowed a logical and fluid workflow within the compact kitchen area that would meet the demands of the constantly changing menu and unrelenting workload split between an extensive complement of kitchen staff.
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