Sam’s Chop House Food And Wine Dinner ~ Mediterranean Odyssey ~ August 18 @ 6:30pm


Well Summer finally showed its sunny face and we hope that you all had some wonderful holidays with fantastic food and wine. But we aren’t ready to let the sunshine leave us just yet and with that in mind our next food & wine dinner is Mediterranean themed.

Join Sommeliers George Bergier and Nick Fildes on a journey across the Iberian Peninsula, Provence and the Greek Islands as we try some fabulous, award-winning tipples paired expertly with some delicious dishes from our Head Chef Scott Munro.


Venue: Sam's Chop House.

Date and Time: Thursday August 18th at 6:30pm.

Theme: Mediterranean Sunshine.

Tickets: £70 per person (four courses + matching wines).



Franck Massard, Mas Sardanas, Cava Brut Nature, Spain, NV – Silver Medal DWWA / Bronze Medal IWSC 2021

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Carpaccio of Tuna

Finely sliced sashimi grade Tuna in yuzu ponzu, accompanied with lightly pickled shallot rings, cured egg yolk, an emulsion of avocado, biquinho peppers and lemon balm.

Chateau Sainte Marguerite, Cotes du Provence Rose, France, 2020 – 91/100 Wine Enthusiast

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Served with roasted almonds, aubergine agrodolce, shaved pickled garlic, tapioca cracker and burnt spring onion powder.

Gaia, Assyrtiko ‘Thalassitis’, Santorini, Greece, 2019/20 – Silver DWWA 2021 / 94/100 Wine Advocate

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Carne de porco á alentejana

(Portuguese-inspired pork and clams)

Pork Pluma, tempura clams, gaufrette potatoes, sweet red pepper coulis and coriander.

Quinta do Crasto, Douro superior, Douro Valley, Portugal, 2019 – 92+ Robert Parker / 93 James Suckling / 16+ Jancis Robinson

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Selection of three Cheeses, Italian/Spanish/French   (TBD)

10 year old Tawny Port

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Petit Fours:

A selection of after dinner sweet treats served to the table by the chefs. 

*Please make us aware of any food intolerances / allergies when booking. 


More About Chef

Scott Munro has actually worked for a Chop House before. As a bright-eyed trainee back in the early 2000s Scott did some of his tooth cutting down in the heat of the underground kitchen at Mr Thomas’s at the beginning of his career as a chef.

 And it’s been some career.

Scott’s ambition and skill has taken him across the country and continent, through some of Europe’s finest restaurants. These include a stint at the two Michelin star Restaurant Noma, Copenhagen, 4AA Rosette Manchester House and Brasserie Abode. Scott has also worked under several big-name chefs including Aiden Byrne at Restaurant Mcr and Andrew Green at The Restaurant at Ducie Street Warehouse.

And Scott himself appeared in the 2020 season of MasterChef where he thoroughly impressed the judges with his ambition, finesse and skill.

In the new era of Sam’s, Scott has already made his mark in spectacular fashion. Embracing our best of British mantra, he has created the most exciting menu we have had in years, complete with all your old favourites and a stunning range of new classics.

And not only are Scott’s dishes a feast for the stomach, they are also breath-taking on the eye.