Nothing to dislike. One of the finest places I have eaten, worthy of the great reviews.
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We had a delicious meal, well proportioned portions of beutifully and simply presented food. The fish is the business and it shows in the cooking.
Super cooking, very fresh produce. A cut above anything else on the Isle of Man at a good price. Book well ahead as it is a small dining area.
Altho we have not dined everywhere on the Isle of Man - Tanroagan seems to have a solid claim on its reputation as offering the best food around - certainly excellent local sourced seafood. Our party of four had starters of crab soup, queenie fritters,...More
We took a party of four here on Monday night. Food was exceptionally good. Service was good although our waitress was somewhat distracted by another god looking male customer. I had bass cooked with lime and chilli with great veg, My partner had hake with...More
As we found out, it's essential to book and, having failed to get a dinner reservation, we had an excellent lunch at Tanroagan (Manx for 'scallops' according to our taxi driver). Starters included a fantastic goats cheese souffle and a local octopus and chorizo stew...More
Bistro style,crowded tables, very popular. See the chiefs in open kitchen. Pretty waitresses, never disappoints for food especially fish. Premium prices but worth every pound !
The food is always wonderful, staff are friendly and the atmosphere is very welcoming. Always look forward to going and am never disappointed
On the island on business and thought i'd try re-visit to see if the place was as good as my last visit in June 2011. It was. Fantastic food, great wine (the cheeky English white from Oxfordshire is well worth a try). I thought i'd...More
We booked an early table (18.30) to celebrate our arrival in Douglas. A bright (if somewhat cold) interior offered a clear view of the kitchen and a warm welcome. Freshly-baked speciality breads with balsamic vinegar & oil, butter and sea salt provided the perfect entree...More