I went to MacFarlanes last sunday for a family meal and it honestly was perfect. Very good atmosphere and the Sunday roast was immaculate
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Excellent food, excellent service and a great atmosphere as well! As a party of six we tried a number of the dishes and they didn't disappoint. Definitely worth making a reservation, it is small and intimate and I would certainly go again!
Fantastic little restaurant close to North Quay. Top quality food with excellent service and very friendly staff, as well as good value for money. It was so good we ate there twice in 5 days. Thanks Roy for educating our taste buds with some culinary...More
On are visit to the island in TT week we were recommended to visit this restaurant so we booked in one night and it didn't disappoint. The restaurant looks very nice and has images of Scotland on the walls and tartan decor which we found...More
Macfarlanes is in the shopping precinct away from the waterfront, and it feels a little cut off as a result of that location and also because of the frosted glass windows. The restaurant is attractively decorated, though the tartan touches seemed a little excessive. The...More
We needed a fairly quick lunch and they managed to fit us in without a booking - so glad they did. Food was very good and also the service. Choose it because of previous good reviews and they were right.
My wife and I always look forward to our visits to Macfarlane’s Restaurant in Duke Street, Douglas, the capital of the Isle of Man. Recently, we tried the newly introduced Sunday Lunch menu, just a couple of weeks after having enjoyed a wonderful dinner on...More
Decent sized tables, homemade rolls, and a good choice of specials. The cashel blue souffle starter was really good. The special of turbot was also excellent but the Manx fish pie was a bit disappointing; heavy textured potato and a bit bland. Disappointed the homemade...More