Lynne Hearne posted on 02/01/2011
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Heard that Phil's was now serving dinner so went to check it out. So GLAD we did. Due to the weather it wasn't real busy, so we had our choice of seats. The food was great. Spinach and artichoke dip with homemade pita chips, the best we have ever had. Great fish and chips with sweet potato fries as a sub for regular fries. My friend who is a lasagna snob, raved on about the veggie lasagna and she isn't even a vegetarian. Salad that came with meal was fresh and plentiful and my chowda' was great. $4.00 for a glass of wine, can't beat that, and to top it off we had coupons from the local Valupak that comes in the mail. If I had my way I would eat hear every night. My sister went on the weekend and had the Prime Rib with homemade popovers and is still talking about it. Give them a try for dinner, you won't be disapointed.
Mmmmmdiff posted on 11/27/2010
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Totally out of the usual of Phil's. Everyone at South Kingstown knows that Phil's is the best breakfast place, hands down, bar-none, ever.<br />
Cheap, quick, delicious food, waitresses who'll remember you (I'm a regular, but it only took coming there twice for one of the waitresses to remember what I wanted), and a convenient location. Phil's is just great.
Bartolimus. posted on 05/09/2010
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While this place has been a regular spot for my friends and I for the past year, this latest experience was the most horrifying to the point of us never going back there. It all started when some friends and I decided to go out for breakfast. It started out normally when we were seated, but then started going down hill when the waitress-Christine, allowed very little time for us to read over the menu. When we were finally ready to put in out order, she stood there eating her own breakfast, all the while standing there staring at us from 10 feet away. None of us derivated from the menu, only asking for in addition, a biscuit and a side order of bacon. When we received our food, the eggs on the eggs benedict were extremely over cooked, and the chorizo, cheeze and egg breakfast sandwich had no egg on it. When we mentioned this to the waitress, she mumbled under her breath, giving no apologies for the mistakes, and basically threw the new orders ar us... Upon leaving, we decided that the service was so bad that it did not warrant a tip, and we left. While crossing the street to our car, the watiress, Christine, followed us out and in the middle of the street, told us that we were exremely rude and obnoxious people, and that tips were required and that we were never to go back there again,as our business wasn't wanted. After being attacked so rudely in the middle of the street, we went back in to talk to the owner, and the waitress came back up to us and told us that we would have to work with her and that she deserved a tip because she wasn't the person who was making the food. When the owner said that he would comp the food, the waitress again started rudely berating us. I then told the owner about it, who said in a VERY intimidating/harrassing manner, that I was lucky he was even comping the food, and that it would be in the be our best interest to just stand there and be quiet. The food at this restaurant is not worth the harrassment from the staff, and I don't think the owner realizes that his behavior crossed the line...