Sandy's Waffle & Dinner Haus
894 Us Highway 2, Leavenworth, WA 98826
Fax: (509) 548-6971
Sandy's Waffle and Dinner Haus
Parking: Lot, Free
Bike Parking: Yes
Good For Groups: Yes
Good for Kids: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Take Out: No
Cuisines: American, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
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01/12/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Nothing could be more Bavarian than a quaint waffle shop overlooking the picturesque town of Leavenworth, Washington. Sounds like a great place to stop and have a bite to eat, right?
Well, unfortunately, after my second meal at Sandy's in a 6 month period, I have to say I would not recommend them. On my first visit to Sandy's 6 months ago, I was disappointed with quality, quantity, and price. However, I believe in 2nd chances. So, on a recent business trip to Leavenworth, I gave Sandy's that 2nd chance. Sadly, I found the experience to be as disappointing as my first visit.
The waffle that I ordered was not much larger than an over-sized Eggo waffle. It was as thin as an Eggo. And even tasted like an Eggo. And the syrup offered, tasted as if it was made by boiling brown sugar and water. My co-worker orderd 2 eggs, 2 pieces of bacon (it was over cooked), and toast. He received a bill for almost $9. WOW!
Sandy's is somewhat of an icon in Leavenworth, and serving waffles and eggs should not be rocket science. I strongly encourage the management of Sandy's to investigate a higher caliber menu.
Sorry, Sandy's, today was my last visit....unless something drastically changes.
05/20/2007Provided by Citysearch -
With the hours of 7AM-3PM, we assumed that this would be a good place to stop for breakfast. I think I'd like my money back.
The food was good, but I could get the same food (minus the German sausages) for a lower price from, say, a Village Inn. An a la carte menu lets customers order whatever they'd like, but the prices are high, even for a tourist town like Leavenworth.
For breakfast, they offer a wide variety of waffles. However, if you order from the waffle selection, expect nothing more than the waffle, because that's all you'll get unless you specifically order more.
The food was well-prepared and had pleasant flavor. That much I must admit. I ordered a German-style sausage with my waffle, and, though it had more pepper than I expected, it was good. The various berry syrups were very good, and I suggest you try all of them, though for those who prefer the classic maple syrup, Sandy's is one of few restaurants where the maple syrup is served warm.
However, the staff was clearly annoyed with our presence. Their priorities centered around conversing with each other and with the one local who came in for coffee. It was difficult to get their attention, and my requests were met by eye-rolls more than once. I felt unwelcome. It also appeared that the owners were cutting corners with the menus and decorations as if attempting to save money, which made the price and value of the food slightly suspect to me.
If you can get a discount and get your breakfast for carry-out, then Sandy's is not bad. Otherwise, I suggest finding someplace else to eat.
10/01/2003Provided by Citysearch -
When the restaurant name is Waffle Haus, I expect quality waffles. However, there is really nothing unique or exceptional about the Belgian and Bavarian waffles we tried. Even worse, prices were outrageously expensive. Service is slow and the table next to us complained of waffles that had been brought out cold. You should definitely think twice before choosing to dine here.