One of Manchester's top gastropubs, Sam's Chop House serves traditional British fare alongside an outstanding wine list and local cask ales and lagers. Artist L.S. Lowry was a regular here and he now sits in life-sized statue form at the bar.
Established in 1872, Sam's Chop House serves traditional, hearty British fare in a venue straight out of Dickens. The signature corned beef hash and steak and kidney pudding are long-standing favourites here but the menu changes with the seasons and is complemented by an outstanding and award-winning wine selection. In addition to the main a la carte menu, there's a special Brunch Menu served from 10am-3pm on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. A recent addition to the bar is a life-sized bronze of the famous Northern artist L.S. Lowry, who was a regular. Come and take a picture with him -- he won't mind! The nearby Mr Thomas's Chop House is a sister establishment along with The Albert Square Chop House.
Chop It Out Menu: If you're counting the calories or the pennies, this menu may be for you. 2 courses, £14; 3 courses, £17. (Available from the 12th January 2017).
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Sams Chop House
Been several times, and it's definitely got better lately. No doubt because Rob Brown is overseeing the cooking(exec chef at Lounge Ten when it was fanatastic, untill he left). Good wine list with plenty available by the glass (other restaurants take note). Basically the best place in town for traditional British grub and a good drink.
Old Sams Chop House
After a days hiking we fancied some traditional british fayre and the Chop House did not disappoint. I had steak and kidney pudding which was truly homemade and delicious! The place is spot on!!