8 reviews

23 Sandyford Place, G3 7NG

Finnieston, Glasgow

Cuisine: British, Eclectic, International

Popular offer at McPhabbs

  • £15
    £15 for 2 courses on main menu

About McPhabbs

  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 5

    Service: 5

    Value: 5

    Wow a real find

    What a brilliant little restaurant, the decor is funky and different and that is reflected in the food. The menu was interesting and something different and tasted as good as it sounded on the menu. I thought the presentation was fantastic and if i could have scored more for the staff than excellent I would have. We sat inside but there is an outside sitting area to the front and back as well as a private dining room downstairs. The waitress said there was a comedy show on downstairs and I would def go back for that. We had carrot and fennel soup served with bread which had some herb through it and was delicious and then we had the chicken wings, a peach and ham salad with blue cheese, chips with truffle salt and indian coleslaw - everything was so fresh and tasty. They also do a great selection of cocktails and gins, we will be back very soon.
    - dined in restaurant 31/05/2017
  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 5

    Service: 5

    Value: 5

    Yummy mac n cheese!

    Lovely pub, good menu, attentive staff, delicious food - what more could I ask for? Nothing! A very pleasant evening - they even called a taxi to get us to the hydro 😀
    - dined in restaurant 24/10/2016

Welcoming bar by Charing Cross

A sleek refurbishment in early 2016 means that McPhabbs seems likely to maintain its reputation as one of the most popular gastropubs in the area. A relaxed and welcoming bar on Sandyford Place, it is a bright and airy space with a well used beer garden. Premium spirits, a good range of wines, cocktails – especially the Bloody Marys – and a fine selection of beers are major attractions as is the imaginative bar food. Weekly pub quizzes and live music add to its appeal. After work drinks and weekend brunches are peak times.

Adventurous bar food

The chefs at McPhabbs are an innovative bunch. Visitors are just as likely to find a soft shell crab burger with kimchi on the menu as they are to find a more conventional cheeseburger. Globe-trotting choices such as Vietnamese spring rolls and short rib beef tacos sit next to proper pork pies and Scotch eggs made with smoked haddock. McPhabbs may well be the only bar in Glasgow to offer a side dish of kale, green beans and hazelnuts alongside a selection of different fries. The lunchtime sandwich selection is just as creative.

Attractions and transport links near Charing X

On Sandyford Place, just off Sauchiehall Street and at the west end of Charing Cross, McPhabbs is close to Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. It’s handy for a bite before shows at the SECC and Hydro. The shops and venues of Sauchiehall Street are just across the M8. Charing X is the nearest train station and there is limited on street parking in the area.

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