The Glyde Street strip has a laid-back bar with a globe-trotting menu and a large selection of craft beers, wines and spirits
With its mix of bare brick, salvaged timber tables and comfy Chesterfield inside, and beer garden out the back, Samson’s Paddock is the small bar that Mosman Park so sorely needed. On the food front, sharing plates go from big to small, spanning cuisines from Southern Italian and Middle Eastern to Mexican. The name comes from Lionel Samson, who purchased the site in 1831.
|Venue name:||Samson's Paddock||Contact:|
3 Glyde St
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sun noon-late|
Average User Rating
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What I liked about this restaurant is the large number of dishes in the menu! I spent a week in Perth, but I couldn't made myself not to visit the place twice - I just had to try the chilli thai street sausage (I am into sausages since I went on Erasmus in Berlin).