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The former factory of wallpaper icon Sanderson – more latterly Sam’s Brasserie & Bar – now houses the latest establishment in Hawksmoor duo Will Beckett and Huw Gott’s growing family of neighbourhood joints. This third Foxlow (there’s a fourth, in Balham, on the way) comprises a 150-cover restaurant and bar, set in a quaint alleyway off Turnham Green. It’s a stylish spot, with smart teal leather booths in the bar, and a handsome open-plan dining area. Here, zingy snacks of anchovy and goats’ butter crisps made a bright beginning to our meal, as did the selection of meats (coppa, salami and saucisson). Equally appealing were starters of smoked Tamworth spare ribs, and tongue-tingling crispy five-pepper squid. Steaks figure strongly among mains and a medium-rare flat iron was a beautiful piece of meat cooked to a T and served with fries and béarnaise. But fish is no afterthought, as evidenced by a glowing Brixham hake with romesco, aptly accompanied by a vibrant well-dressed heritage tomato salad. We finished with solid puds of passion-fruit sundae, and chocolate Amaretto. Cocktails and a cracking Hackney-brewed Five Points Pale ale are highlights of the drinks list, but don’t ignore the decent choice of wine.
I love it when my mom comes to visit, as she is game for anything and willing and excited, and that by no means excludes hanging out on the sofa, watching movies or more likely heading out to a new neighborhood to explore.On the Sunday before she left (sniff sniff) to head off on her exotic trip to Thailand and Myanmar, we decided to do something far less unusual and went to Chiswick to explore that area.
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