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The Tickethall

Type:Restaurant

The Tickethall

About

All foods cooked fresh daily. Fireman's breakfast offering 10 different items, served on a shovel (plate optional). Daily lunch buffet, with meat and fish platters, soup and melon, mains include 2 vegetarian dishes, 1 vegan, 1 fish and 2 meats, the majority been gluten free, and a selection of desserts. Sunday is our carvery lunch, 3 courses £14. Friday and Saturday evening is our more upmarket Supper menu, and Thursday is our Tea for a tenner night, any 2 course £ 10. Our menus change daily, and our buffet style lunches have a wide selection of salads to choose from. Parties are catered for, with no room hire charge, and bespoke menus to cater for the clients needs and budget.
After a major refurb, the new Tickethall opened on 11th March 2017, with Trish Hoy and her team , chef Mike Bush, manager Simon Hughes, and out dining train manager Donna Odea, a been together for over 5 years .With the refurb, we became disabled friendly, with a lift to the main restaurant, disabled toilets on the ground floor and upstairs .The furnishing in the restaurant were sourced from Antique shops to bring an old fashioned style into a new building.

Facilities

Accessibility

  • Disabled Accessibility
  • Guide Dogs Permitted
  • Toilets for Disabled Visitors

Children & Infants

  • Highchair

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking
Douglas Steam Railway Station, North Quay, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM1 4LL
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Awards

  • WelcomeDog Friendly Dog Friendly 2019
  • TasteQuality Assured Award Quality Assured Award 2019
  • WelcomeGroup Friendly Group Friendly 2019

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