Food & Drink

For a small island, the Isle of Man excels in the quality and variety of its locally produced food and drink – perfect for the foodie in everyone. From handpicked vegetables at local farms and delicious creamy ice cream, to home-reared Loaghtan lamb and freshly caught queenies, the island’s produce is key to creating traditional mouthwatering dishes to make your stay memorable. We’ve highlighted just a few of our favourite eateries around the island:-

Ocean, Douglas: From lobsters and crab to queenies and scallops as well as tasty steaks, Ocean serve only the best local produce in a cool, crisp and contemporary setting.

Ocean Douglas

The Shed, Laxey: Cosy and quirky, this artisan eatery is located on the far end of Laxey Promenade and prides itself on serving fresh local food, great coffee and a range of homemade cakes.

The Boatyard, Peel: A family run restaurant which enjoys views across the marina, ancient castle and rolling hills. The menu features local flavours and tastes with fresh seafood, meats and vegetarian choices.

Oscar’s, Douglas: Set over two floors, Oscar’s is a restaurant and bar offering the very best food and drink in an elegant and refined setting.

14North, Douglas: Showcasing the finest produce the Isle of Man’s farmers and artisanal suppliers have to offer, along with the warmest possible welcome and genuine hospitality.

14 North Douglas

Just Pizza & Pasta, Douglas: Famous for its simple, fresh and rustic authentic Italian food, combined with fresh local produce to give amazing results.

The Abbey, Ballasalla: A hidden gem, The Abbey is set in luscious surroundings of mature trees, a babbling stream and ancient monastery, head here for delicious afternoon tea, lunch or dinner.

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