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25 years of Sams in Fowey has now enabled us to bring all our experience, fun, ambience, staff and fantastic locally sourced produce to create something truly unique in the old Fowey Lifeboat House here on the waters edge overlooking the bay.3 Ingredients that a successful restaurant needs are "Good Staff, Good Food, Good Ambience" and Sams on the Beach has all 3 in abundance!Enjoy!And the views not that bad too!Sam Sixton
Sadly this is the second very average lunch in a Sams of our short break having also eaten in Fowey. It’s the second visit we’ve made to this restaurant. Lunch two years ago was better than we found it today. Again the setting is great,...More
I cannot recommend this place highly enough.
We turned up without a reservation on Saturday evening and were found a table by the attentive staff.
I ordered sardines to start followed by the Seafood Spaghetti, my wife ordered the scallops and seafood pizza
Service is okay not very friendly or warm even through the place wasn't busy. Not a great selection of vegetarian food and it was okay at best. We sat by the window and viewed the lovely beach which had a lot of plastic on it....More
Went back again this year still a great place loved the food again staff great would still highly recommend eating here a real special place
This place is great, went last night, the atmosphere was great a real buzz, the food was superb I had...More
We were staying at St Austell and went to Sams on the beach for lunch.
We had two courses for £12 which was very reasonable.We had mussels and fries
and scampi and salad. The staff were friendly and helpful and we wouldn’t hesitate
We'd seen Sam's in Fowey and liked the look of the menu but unfortunately they didn't permit dogs. So it was a bonus to find Sam's after a walk from Fowey and in such a lovely location.
In October, by lunch time the sun had...More