Nice place to sit.didn't try the food.nice beer.the mens and women's toilets are very poor..not cleaned at all!!.sandpiper you need to be upto scratch in abersoch!!
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Enjoyed our visit, they were very accommodating with the kids meal and I can't complain - service was very friendly, super sunny terrace!
We came across the sandpiper because we were fancying a coffee, and after a half an hour wait for 6 coffees, 2 came out first 10 minutes before the rest of the drinks. then the next 4 came out which were all cold and one...More
I visited with my family after an afternoon in Abersoch. The food came out quickly but the burgers were nothing special and the southern fried chicken was still frozen in the middle but we did get a refund. The 8" barms however were amazing and...More
We visited for an early Sunday lunch and were the only customers apart from a couple of people playing pool or having a drink. But it was out of season in a seaside resort. Lots of leather sofas and coffee tables gave this more of...More
The outside of the Sandpiper was very quiet and when we looked in the dining area seemed to be at the back and not well lit and inside the door area was dominated by a snooker table and TV. But the young manager was helpful...More
We did not eat at The Sandpiper but spoke to a family who had enjoyed a meal and were happy with the price. The bar has a the usual range of beers and lagers. There is a pool table,Sky TV for sports fans and a...More
Popped in for a meal but they had finished serving.The bar man said wait a minute and the next they took our order.This is a first for us ,where the cook goes back to the kitchen for just 2 people. Quick as a flash he...More
Large screens and televisions to watch the current game.Good choice of beers.food is limited . We ordered spicey chicken burgers and did not really expect much. They were lovely,large fresh bun,burger,salad,and thin fries. The cost was £4.00. I was impressed because they were cooked just...More
As experienced travellers around the North Welsh coast, we arrived in Abersoch village and came upon the sandpiper. The weather was particularly cold this day, which was disappointing as the bar/restaurant had a lovely patio at the front, which we thought would be lovely to...More