If you are a onion and cheese lover, try their famous French onion soup and outstanding cheese on toast , super good .
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Came in drenched from the rain and were given a table near an open fire so that we might dry down. The food is excellent and nicely served, lots of china cups and saucers decorate the walls, and china teapots hang from the ceiling. All...More
If you want to be stared at like something the cat dragged in and then spoken to by a member of staff in a surly tone then this is the place to visit. Customer service is obviously not high on their agenda
I stopped during a 'round the Isle of Man drive' at the Harbour Lights and had a Cream Tea. The staff were friendly, and the room was decorated with traditional Bone China. Drinking my tea from a bone china cup and saucer made the experience...More
Absolute gem. From the outside looks very ordinary and dowdy. Once inside staff so friendly and helpful. Great ambiance and food excellent. So pleased we found it
This is a delightful place to visit. It gives the feel of visiting your granny only the food is so much better. We had a beautiful lunch here. There was a good selection and their 2 course menu was really good value for money. The...More
Harbour Lights does a catering service for parties and we booked for a private garden party for 40 people with canapés, drinks and bowl food. We dealt with Chris who I think is the manager of the entire business and was very professional throughout. They...More
small, old fashioned, polite service ,bring your own wine ,value for money. super views over the bay and castle right on the prom
Going to Harbour Lights Cafe is like going to your grandmother's for tea. It is so welcoming and the staff is friendly and helpful. The food is delicious!
have the rarebit its wonderful. Very busy and popular..homemade cakes and bakes. They offer traditional cuisiene, breakfasts, lunches, sandwiches, soups and of course manx kippers. Good portion size.