Review on The Neptune

'A gem in a desert of restaurants,' was one Mobile Food Guide user's verdict on
The Neptune in Burry Port. The hotel was built and upgraded during Victorian times to serve the needs of the broad-gauge Great Western Railway, in fact the original station was right next door. These days, its customers are more likely to be holidaymakers enjoying the local country parks and tourist attractions.

The restaurant together with their two guest rooms are run by husband and wife team Steve and Donna Hanson and it is the latter who dons the apron in the kitchen. Guests can expect a crowd-pleasing menu that is prepared from the abundance of fresh local ingredients. Typical offerings that appear on the menu are starters like butterfly king prawns, breadcrumb coated with sweet chilli sauce or smooth pork pate, served with red onion chutney, Melba toast and salad garnish. When it comes to main courses there's sirloin steak, cooked to your liking, served with home made onion rings and mushrooms or maybe whole tail scampi in golden bread crumbs. There are daily specials including desserts displayed on the restaurants 'specials' board.

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Donna Hanson

Restaurant Opening Times

Lunch: 12.00 – 2.30pm Sat (12.00 - 3.00pm Sun)
Dinner: 6.00 – 9.00pm Wed-Sat

Accepted credit cards

Visa, American Express

Online Booking Availability for The Neptune

Facilities at The Neptune

  • Private parties
  • Vegetarian menu
  • 70 covers


Accomodation is available, (2 rooms)


The Neptune
Neptune Square
Burry Port
SA16 0EP

Customer Ratings on The Neptune

3.2  / 5

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  • avatar
    September 2015

    6 people found this review helpful
    Love me, love my dog

    We chose this pub/restaurant because of a recommendation that it was dog-friendly. We had several good drinks and then our food arrived. It was in good -sized portions, colourfully laid out and beautifully cooked. The best pub meal that we have had in those parts. Best of all, we ate in the bar area and were able to take in our large dog, who lay quietly under the table. He really was welcome: we had long, doggy conversations with the lady behind the bar too. We will definitely go back there.

    You can walk along the new heritage coastal path to get to Burry Port. It was hot and sunny on the day that we were there and stands in our memory as a pretty perfect day.

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