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Posted by marvphll on 04/14/2013
was in LA for family visit wanted try calif vs texas bbq so i tried Phillips ribs was good,the brisket was tough,sausage was dry and the sauce was to thick ,also dont try the hot take away from the favor over all i give it 3.5 out of 5.0 you do get your money worth , but if you are ever in Houston ,try our bbq falling off the bone and tender that mother's LOVE
Posted by Dinah Briggs on 07/27/2012
I was raised in Los Angeles, went to Bethune and Fremont , I have been to 36 of the United States, including Texas, Georgia, New York, Mississippi. to name a few and I now reside in Lafayette,La, and can't nobody do que like Phillip's, trust me I know, whenever I return to L.A. on my frequent visits, I must visit Phillip's on my first day, beleive me you guys are the best in the nation, keep on doing what you doing because you doing it right, you are truly blessed.
Posted by Raquel on 07/18/2011
Hands down, you come to Phillip's for the food. Period. No atmosphere to speak of. These folks are about the meat. Love the half/half sauce (medium hot). Could sop it up with just plain ole white bread. That's coming from someone who ONLY buys whole grain bread. The ribs are to die for. Meh, don't get the chicken. Save yourself for the beef. And links. The greens are dense and smoky good. If you have a hankering for dessert, a slice of red velvet will do the trick. I've had plenty of rv, and their version is in my top 5. Oh, do I hear my arteries hardening? Ah well.
Posted by MissLil on 04/13/2011
Here is the one taste test for great BBQ, try it without the sauce, if the meat is seasoned to perfection, no sauce needed. YOU DON'T NEED SAUCE AT PHILLIPS! The meat is tender, smoked and seaconed to perfection. Take my tip, get the sauce on the side, you will be very happy you did. P.S. the sauce is great too, I just like savoring the flavor of the meat!
Posted by L.A. lady on 05/22/2009
Best b.b.q. short end ribs, chicken and chicken links in Los Angeles. I learned fast that it is best to call your order in before going even though you still have to wait in line to pay. However, your order will be packaged and ready. The only draw back is that they don't have a phone-in order line but it is worth the wait.
Posted by Local Mom on 12/06/2008
Great food! The BBQ is definitely worth the long wait...the service is kinda slow. When you get it home (no eat in options)...wow! Save a day in front of the grill and buy from Phillip's