Pubs in Isle of Man in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... my opinion,the best,The prospect,in Douglas.This can be found approx 5 mins walk from the promenade,and sea terminal.it is an Okells pub,(main iom brewery).it is an imposing pub from the outside.On entering ,the pub is wood panelled throughout,with a long bar to front and side.pLenty of seating ,popular with the banking and legal fraternity at lunchtimes.Up to three guest ales are served.The prospect also has cask marque accreditation. Next pub is The Queens Hotel,on the promenade.Also an okells pub.There is a large seated outdoor area,heated on colder days.Entering the pub,there is a public bar area,and a lounge.Two ever changing g... more
Customer Pubs in Isle of Man in general Reviews (4)
by jill morrow - written on 25/07/10
Colby Glen - pub food was very disappointing & expensive. Staff although attentive initially delivered poor service. Food was extremely expensive £14 for a steak that was not cooked to order and was completely tasteless. I regularly eat out and enjoy trying different pubs. I would not recommend this pub as although the chef obviously did not like the food being returned he came to the table and allowed my family to feel that we were the problem. Customer service was poor and although the young staff at the bar were helpful, the delivery of the food was poor. If you are looking for a tatsy steak at reasonable cost, JAKS in Douglas is absolutely Supreme. The quality and service is outstanding. i live locally to the Colby and will not be rushing back and receommending to friends to visit. i will not rate this as not good enough.
by - written on 11/11/08 (Very useful, 409 readings)
I am a CAMRA member,and have lived in the Isle of Man for several years,having moved from the beer desert of Blackpool. In my opinion,good pubs in the isle Of Man are few and far between.The good beer guide pubs here would probably not make the guide if on the mainland. Starting with,in my opinion,the best,The prospect,in Douglas.This can be found approx 5 mins walk from the promenade,and sea terminal.it is an Okells pub,(main iom brewery).it is an imposing pub from the outside.On entering ,the pub is wood panelled throughout,with a long bar to front and side.pLenty of seating ,popular with the banking and legal fraternity at lunchtimes.Up to three guest ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/10/08 (Very useful, 194 readings)
One of the best pubs for food on the Isle of Man is the Queens Hotel on Queens Promenade, Douglas. It has recently been refurbished and is very popular with young & old. The food menu is not vast and is simple. It has things on it like Fish & Chips, Steak & Ale pie, Chicken Curry as well as lighter bites and snacks. The food is out of this world though and although a little expensive - is well worth the money. The plates are certainly full to the max! My favourite has to be the Chicken Curry. Made with real chicken and real ingrediants it is absolutedly delicious. Served with Chips or Rice & Prawn Crackers - ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/10/00, updated on 23/10/00 (Very useful, 1720 readings)
There is one main brewery in the Isle of Man and they have the monopoly with about 95% of the pubs on the Island, the rest being mainly free houses. My father spent 8 years working for the Isle of Man brewery as a pub manager and I spent a number of years working behind the bar in the Isle of Man also. So I feel confident that I can give some pointers when it comes to finding a pub in the Isle of Man. The pubs that I am going to talk about can all be found in Douglas which is the Isle of Man's capital. There are number of pubs that can be found on the North Quay in Douglas. This area can be easily found due to its proximity to the sea-terminal for ... Read the complete review
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