The Sandcastle Pub/Restaurant (Sunderland) Reviews
Description:Ryhope Road, Sunderland, Tyne & Wear SR2 7RE.Tel: 0191 5145586
Newest Review: ... that she was on her own and did not want two meals (she eats like a budgy) and was told she still had to pay the same price, my mother who is recieving a pension was reluctant to pay such a high price for a sunday carvery but as there was a line of people waiting paid it to save embarrasment. This upset me when she told me this as it seems if your on your own your being punished by paying ... more
Customer The Sandcastle Pub/Restaurant (Sunderland) Reviews (3)
by lisa nelson - written on 20/02/12
My mother who is a pensioner visited the pub in febuary for sunday lunch, although we have in fact been there before there is now a BOGOF offer on, yes buy one sunday lunch and get another one free, which considering it costs £10.75 isnt stricktly true! You can juast about go to any pub in sunderland and get a carvery for half that. My mother explained that she was on her own and did not want two meals (she eats like a budgy) and was told she still had to pay the same price, my mother who is recieving a pension was reluctant to pay such a high price for a sunday carvery but as there was a line of people waiting paid it to save embarrasment. This ... Read the complete review
by val morrison - written on 14/03/10
After having a meal at The Sandcastle two year ago, I recommended it to some friends and off we went on 13/03/20010. We decided to have a Carvery even though it was 7.30 at night, we paid for our meals and went to the area where it was kept on Warmers. We asked for Beef since their were only two choices left, the other being Pork.. The Beef was nearing the end of the Joint and was rather Fatty looking, I asked the Young lady who was the Chef cutting it if she would refrain from putting any Fat on my plate, she replied * I will do my Best * I was hoping there would be another Joint coming from the Kitchen area but it didn't happen. She struggled to cut ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/08/09 (Very useful, 997 readings)
The Sandcastle pub/restaurant in Sunderland, is a place I have visited for a meal a few times. It is a large building right on the coast leading from Grangetown to Ryhope, and a great place for families to visit due to having both an indoor 'fun house' for children and outdoor play area. Inside the pub it is very spacious and divided into areas featuring wooden tables and chairs, leather sofa's and three large plasma TV's. Wooden beams and some stained glass windows also make for a cosy atmosphere. The Sandcastle is open daily from 11am - 11pm (10.30pm on Sundays) and the Fun House play area is open from 11am - 6.30pm (7pm on Fri & Sat). ... Read the complete review
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