Gastro pub McPhabbs offers neighbourhood dining in traditional and welcoming surroundings plus the option of sitting outside and enjoying the gardens when weather allows!
The food consists of a competitive lunch offer, conducive to a "quick bite to eat". We also have a homely offering of traditional, popular fayre on our 'All Day Menu'. Each week we offer a tasty, family-inspired Sunday Roast menu to finish off the week.
We offer a separate kids menu, and as a pet-friendly establishment, we even welcome the family dog. That means the entire family can enjoy our unique McPhabbs atmosphere.
As if all that were not enough, we also have the advantage of a rear smoking area, which is heated and under cover. There is an extensive outside garden area to the front of the building, too, perfect for those long, sunny days with a pint of beer or glass of wine. Well, when we actually have those "long, sunny days" in Glasgow!
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