Glyn Rogers Superb cafe restaurant in the north of Isle of Man. We, that is 5 bikers visited twice last week during Southern 100 races. A thoroughly good no nonsense place to have good meal, my favourite is scampi. See you again in August for...More
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Pleased to find the place open and busy at 4pm on a mid week day. Good range of food including a reasonably priced afternoon tea (£10 from 2.30). We all had tea and scones and they were large, light and served with jam and cream....More
Having finished a wonderful long work at the point of Ayre we stopped in Bride. Even though they don't open till 11 we were cooked a fantastic breakfast. They opened specially for us at 10.15 as we were trapped by the road closures. Food was...More
So pleased that you enjoyed your breakfast. Hope to see you again next time you are in the North of the Island.
Called in on a tour of the north of the island having just been blown away at Point of Ayre. Food was average we thought but the cakes were better. As it is the only place in the area then we assume it does a...More
Afternoon Tea very good and decent value. Staff friendly and efficient. Will be going back perhaps for lunch.
Over the years this attractive tea room/restaurant has suffered from frequent changes of name and ownership. The problem for it, is that there are very few local residents, Bride being a small hamlet. It is therefore dependant on passing trade, mainly tourists going to the...More
We stopped off here for a late lunch on a busy Sunday afternoon and found the young front of house staff to be very friendly and obliging Because of the nearby Jurby Day motorcycle event they had obviously been busy all day but we're still...More
We have visited the tea rooms three times now. Each time the service has been terrible. Today (bank holiday Sunday) we arrived at 3.30 to be told that there was no more savoury food being served. Also there were no scones. They managed to get...More
Dear valued customer, firstly thank you for taking the time to write this review. We are disappointed to hear your visit to our tearooms did not meet your expectations as we endeavour to deliver the highest levels of customer service at all times. As you...More
Brides is a pretty little village on the Isle of Man, it has an interesting church and was once the home of Sir Norman Wisdom who is buried in the church yard. There is also an ancient Celtic Cross there. Brides Tea Room is opposite...More