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“A great venue for our annual dinner”

The Cliffs Restaurant
Ranked #11 of 92 Restaurants in Abergele
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: Seafood, British, Cafe, Welsh
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Good for: Local cuisine, Scenic view
Dining options: Late Night, Breakfast, Reservations
Description: The Cliffs Bar & Restaurant sits on the hillside above Tan Rallt Holiday Home Park, North Wales. In 2014 we undertook major renovation works to create a modern, light social space where every single table would have a stunning view out across the valley toward the Snowdonia National Park. Whether you want to enjoy a pint while watching a game with friends in our club bar, or celebrate something special in our restaurant, you know you're guaranteed a good time at the Cliffs. The Cliffs prides itself on using only the finest ingredients - locally sourced, and handpicked by our chefs for their superior quality. Craig and his team are determined to give you a warm Welsh welcome, while delivering food and service of the highest standard - exactly what you'd expect from North Wales' most luxurious holiday park. We are open from 12pm-8pm, 5 days a week.
Reviewed March 13, 2012

Our local Brass Band held their annual dinner at the Cliffs. It was the first time any of us had visited this restaurant, it will not be the last. There were a total of 49 diners who were well looked after by the friendly and efficient staff and Restaurant Manager. The food was very good and the atmosphere welcoming and comfortable.

This is a place to visit either on your own or with a larger group.

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Reviewed December 5, 2011

after reading the great review in the daily post, thought we would give it a go and were very please with the result and good value and would definatly return, thanks

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Reviewed December 4, 2011

Having tried the Restaurant in August and had been disapointed we thougt we would give Sunday Lunch a try. Overall it was a nice meal, however for a couple who have been in the 'trade' for some years there is scope for improvement. The starters were nice. The main meals were delivered but we had to wait a few minutes for the vegetables. There were plenty of staff so it would have been better if two had served at the table. We were given one small bowl of roast potatoes and one small bowl of vegetables between four of us. There were too many potatoes and not enough veg. Additionally the veg were drenched in butter which we did not like. The puddings were nice. Overall a nice meal but better attention to service and quality/quantity required considering the prices charged. The restaurant was also cold, a comment made by a few customers.

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Reviewed November 11, 2011

Gorgeous food! Not the cheapest meal around but the quality was clear to see. The new management were keen to ensure that we were enjoying ourselves without being intrusive.

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2  Thank Jude J
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Reviewed November 2, 2011

We were taken by our friends to a 'mystery lunch' and were delighted that our friends had chosen wisely. The restaurant is sited in a quality chalet type site. The restaurant is decorated in a tasteful manner with comfortable chairs in the lounge from which to view a panorama of fields and valleys extending to the Carneddau mountains. the dining room had the same view and was well laid out with plenty of 'elbow room''. We chose a light lunch and a bottle of Chilean white. we all had different meals and each was very good indeed. Will go again and recommend to friends.

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1  Thank JR J
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