Try see if you spot any seals whilst enjoying a picnic at the Sound

Try see if you spot any seals whilst enjoying a picnic at the Sound

Dining all the family will enjoy

Dining all the family will enjoy

Dine, wine and have a good time

Dine, wine and have a good time

Treat Yourself to Afternoon Tea

Treat Yourself to Afternoon Tea

Experience the flavours of the Isle of Man

Experience the flavours of the Isle of Man

Kippers, a Manx Tradition

Kippers, a Manx Tradition

Everything Gets Better with Coffee

Everything Gets Better with Coffee

Delicious Desserts to Make Your Mouth Water

Delicious Desserts to Make Your Mouth Water

Uncover the local culinary delights of the Isle of Man

Uncover the local culinary delights of the Isle of Man

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  1. What is Taste Isle of Man?
    Taste Isle of Man is an independently assessed quality assurance scheme designed to help you make an informed choice about where to eat and drink during your visit to the Island.
  2. Our Food and Drink Tours provide the perfect opportunity to go behind the scenes and see first-hand how the Island’s fantastic food and drink is produced.
    Try some foodie experiences on the Isle of Man! Learn how to cook and grow local produce as well as being able to purchase some gifts for friends and family back home.
  3. Local Produce
    The Isle of Man prides itself on the quality and variety of its locally produced food and drink – from freshly caught seafood to succulent meat and specially brewed beers and spirits.
  4. Afternoon Tea
    Indulge in all the Isle of Man has to offer and take in some of the most delightful views in the British Isles.
  5. Farmer's Markets & Food Events
    For a small island, the Isle of Man excels in the quality and variety of its locally produced food and drink – and what better way to celebrate this than by experiencing local markets and events throughout the year.
  6. My meal was excellent, imaginative and impeccably served - I discovered this is very much the norm for the Island, a haven for foodies - Bristol Post