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Top quality food and wine, served in a relaxed and friendly environment, small plates served through out the day, with fresh seafood and local produce specials to the fore. We have over 100 different wines to choose from, of which are available to take away or drink in..
All reviews fish pie liquorice ice cream chorizo scotch egg tempura souffle pork belly mashed potatoes turbot filet isle of man type of food tapas style blue cheese special occasion excellent food another great meal standard menu
Definitely one of the best restaurants on the island if not the best. Great service and even greater food.
Definitely a must try if you’re on the isle, recommended by the best B&B in town. No7 in Douglas Montreux court
MacFarlanes has been my favourite restaurant since I moved to the island 20 years ago. I have eaten there countless times for special occasions and it could always be relied upon to deliver fabulous food and an amazing menu. It could definitely be considered ‘fine...More
Came with work colleague on a trip to Isle of Man and was not disappointed. The tasting/appetiser plates were lush and a good size. The zucchini fries are a MUST and I couldn't fault any of the plates I/we selected. Anne (the sommelier) chose excellently...More
I visited this restaurant a few years ago and it was excellent. It has since changed its name to wine down. It now serves more tapas type food with a huge selection of wines to chose from. We had several dishes and all were very...More
For several years the previous incarnation of this restaurant, Macfarlane’s, was my favourite place to eat in Douglas. This is just as good, in fact better in two respects. First, the portions are smaller, with many of them being ‘tapas style’. Second, the wine choice...More
Recently visited the IOM and found Wine Down on the return to our hotel after eating elsewhere. There is a great selection of wines available and our group spent 3 evenings tasting a few bottles of wine. The owner and buyer is very knowledgeable and...More
Unfortunately, nobody told me of the changes when I was invited back here after a number of years! I remembered many meals of excellent fish cooked by Roy Macfarlane and was so looking forward to more of the same!
I found a completely, and beautifully,...More
Macfarlane's has been one of the best fine dining restaurant in Isle of Man for 10 yrs and is the Michelin Guide 2018 , however there has been a big change . Since August it has become a wine shop serving small plates of food...More