Phillies of Shawlands

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Phillies of Shawlands
1179 Pollokshaws Road, Glasgow, G41 3NH
  • Telephone 0141 616 6555
  • Bar open Sun–Thu 10am–midnight; Fri/Sat 10am–1am
  • Food served Mon–Sun 10am–4pm, 5–9.30pm
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The team behind Redmonds of Dennistoun branch out to the southside, with a food menu full of delights, cocktails and craft beers.

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From the team behind the East End’s Redmond's of Dennistoun comes Phillies, a hip, open-plan space where Pollokshaws meets Kilmarnock Road. Much like its older sibling, you sense Phillies will become a big favourite in this part of town. Food wise, the plates are enticing – no ordinary pub grub here. Blackened cod has an immensely satisfying paprika kick, but the real knockout is the gnocchi, served with a delicious butternut purée and toasted pine nuts. Leave room for dessert. The sweet potato doughnuts sound fascinating and taste even better, served with bourbon caramel – they are a highlight. Phillies shares a building with the off-licence Curious Liquids, where you can peruse craft beers and ciders and take them through to enjoy with your food (corkage applies), but the pub serves the best in craft beer, and does a cracking margarita too – the Toreador – infused with apricot.

The List's rating






Craig Angus visited Phillies of Shawlands on 15 March 2018
  • High point: Friendly service embodies the area's community spirit
  • Low point: It's a bit of a trek to the toilets
  • Notable dish: Sweet potato doughnuts with bourbon caramel
  • Average price: £11 (lunch); £14 (dinner)
  • Provides: Vegetarian options (at least ¼ main courses), Children's high chairs, Free wi-fi
  • Music on stereo: All vinyl – eg Wu-Tang Clan, Beach House
  • Live entertainment: DJs every Friday, live band every Saturday, quiz every Tuesday.
  • Capacity: 120
  • Largest group: 10
  • Open since: 2018
  • Number of wines sold by the glass: 18
  • House wine: £16 per bottle
  • BYOB: £1.75 beer, £7.50 wine corkage (BYOB only for alcohol purchased in the building's off-licence Curious Liquids)

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