Steeped in history, the Samford Hotel is a staple of the Samford Village community providing top notch brews in the relaxed atmosphere of the HOPS bar and delicious bites in the ambience of the Village Garden Bar & Grill.
Thanks to this well-designed menu split into subsections, ordering at the Samford Hotel restaurant is super easy! Start your dining experience with a tasty garlic pizza bread or cheesy baguette before picking from the list of Starters. Moving on to the Mains, there’s a wonderful selection of vegetarian and gluten-free meals for those with dietary requirements, while still catering for the carnivorous patrons that love a good lamb shank, veal cutlet or the classic chicken parmigiana.
What’s a pub without a Pizza menu? Select from five $20 pizzas, with a gluten-free base available for an extra fee. Salads, Burgers, Sides and On the Grill options also feature on this extensive pub food menu, including Pig on a Spit every Saturday and Sunday.
Kids meals are available for children 12 years and under including nuggets, fish and steak (all served with chips), or a ham and cheese pizza.
The Village Garden Bar & Grill
Friday – Saturday 10 am – 2 am
Sunday – Thursday 10 am – 12 am
Monday – Friday 11.30 am – 2.30 pm
Saturday – Sunday 11.30 pm – 3 pm
Monday – Friday 5.30 pm – 8.30 pm
Saturday – Sunday 5.30 pm – 8.30 pm
After the first hotel to operate in Samford was destroyed by fire, the new Samford Hotel (also known at the time as Railway Hotel and O’Hara’s Hotel) was rebuilt in 1915. With the coming of the railway
to Samford in 1918, the town saw unprecedented progress with numerous businesses established along Main Street. In that same year, James O’Hara moved the hotel, in three sections, to its present site.
As development on the hotel and the town continued over the years, the Hotel became known as the Golden Valley, until in 2003, it was again changed to Samford Valley Hotel.
The facade of the Hotel has altered considerably over the years. In 2003 a major renovation was carried out on the hotel to include the magnificent Village Garden Bar & Grill. In 2014 another upgrade saw a brand new gaming room, a revamped public bar/sports bar and the widely popular HOPs Craft Beer and Wine Bar.
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If you’re looking for things to do in Samford and surrounding areas then visit Samford Visitor Information Centre.