Popular Glasgow deli announces evening openings with new sandwich menu and BYOB


For foodies in Glasgow, the sandwiches at Silk Road Deli are all too familiar – so we’re delighted to hear that the coin gurus are extending their opening hours this month.

The South Side Deli, on Minard Road in Shawlands, will be open later on Friday and Saturday nights – and they’re even changing the menu just in time for summer.

Taking to Instagram, they wrote: ‘As the days are getting longer, the nights are a bit brighter and the spring sun is breaking through, all of MAY we are open LATE on Fridays + Saturday nights with BYOB and a NEW sandwich menu. “I would never go out to dinner for a sandwich”, you say? Well, it’s 2022 babies.

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You can take a peek at the new menu on Instagram – with the charcuterie promising ‘crispy, bold, adventurous and delicious things between bread’ and ‘big flavour’ as they cook up India-inspired bits , China, Malaysia, Korea, Thailand and Japan.

We already have our eyes glued to the green goddess fries with peanuts and lime, as well as the onion brioche bhaji bun.

Oh – and the hot spring roll with hoisin sauce and tahini looks like our street food. . .

In fact, we may have to try the lot. Thank goodness they stay open late all of May, so there’s plenty of time to browse the menu.



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The grocery store is also BYOB and will offer takeout, if you fancy a bite to eat in the evening sun or sit down.

“Bring beers, a bottle and your buddies,” they added. “A unique neighborhood hangs, thanks to us.”

We don’t know about you, but we know where we will be for the rest of the month…


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