About Church On The Hill
Love church on the hill and 2course and glass of wine for £12.95 bargain food excellent
Food and service always good
The food and service were really good as usual. However the toilets on this occasion were in a bad way. Only 2 cubicles in order in the ladies and the male toilets didn't smell good.
Gastropub and buzzing local on Glasgow’s south side
Diners, drinkers and sports fans on the south side of Glasgow now have a one-stop shop in the form of the stylish Church on the Hill gastropub. The building, a former church, is imposing but the ambiance is relaxed and contemporary, the cuisine similar, mixing pub classics with modern restaurant-style creations. Entertainment includes a Thursday night quiz and DJs on Friday and Saturday, plus plenty of plasma screens for followers of the big games. The pub has a beer garden.
Pub favourites and international flavours
Church on the Hill’s menu changes seasonally and mixes and matches traditional pub fare with some stylish contemporary and Asian-influenced choices. Stone-baked pizzas feature alongside a choice of steaks and burgers. Starters include crispy tempura prawns, salt and pepper calamari and, closer to home, seared scallops with Stornoway black pudding, tattie scone and an Arran cheese sauce.
Vegetarians are not forgotten, with a wide choice of pasta dishes, veggie burgers and creative salads.
Sweets include classics such as sticky toffee pudding alongside seasonal specials such as rhubarb crème brulee, with Ayrshire Glen ice-cream a regular feature.
South side transport connections
Church on the Hill is located on Algie Street, very close to Queens Park on the south side of Glasgow. Queens Park and Mount Florida stations are within a 15-minute walk. Buses stop on Langside Road opposite the pub. There is on street parking nearby, around Queens Park, with some restrictions. The pub is close to Hampden Park, making it an ideal rendezvous for big sporting occasions, exhibitions and concerts. The Queens Park Glasshouse is just a couple of minutes away on foot.