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Moore's Traditional Museum

Mill Road, Peel IM5 1TA
+44 1624 843622
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Excellent smoked bacon

Only called in to buy their smoked bacon and to send skippers to friends back at home. There was no... read more

Reviewed 11 October 2017
New Brighton, United Kingdom
Gorgeous Kipper Buns

As fresh as kippers get. Absolutely beautiful sat in the courtyard with warm kipper bun and a cup... read more

Reviewed 12 September 2017
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A working factory illustrating the curing of herring.
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“smoked bacon” (6 reviews)
“kippers” (23 reviews)
“smoke house” (5 reviews)
Mill Road, Peel IM5 1TA
+44 1624 843622
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Reviewed 11 October 2017

Only called in to buy their smoked bacon and to send skippers to friends back at home. There was no tours at the time we called so only visited the shop.

Thank johnjoan47
Reviewed 12 September 2017

As fresh as kippers get. Absolutely beautiful sat in the courtyard with warm kipper bun and a cup of tea. Life doesnt get much better.

Thank The_Crofter
Reviewed 6 September 2017

We had been told about the legendary Kipper Bap and knew we had to go to Peel to try one and we were not disappointed. £3.99 for a nap and a drink in the courtyard of the Moore's smoke house seemed spot on. It was...More

Thank Tess F
Reviewed 29 August 2017

Whilst in peel we saw a sign saying kipper baps 3.99, and decided that it sounded idea for a quick snack. Went there and boy were we glad we did, The lady in the shop boned several kippers put them in a large bap added...More

Thank simon m
Reviewed 19 August 2017

called into Moore's smokehouse whilst visiting the traditional boat festival in peel. purchased some traditional smoked kippers and some smoked bacon , exceptional quality and taste,great value for money ,great to support local producers.use them or loose them , i understand that you can have...More

Thank brodybunch1117
Reviewed 12 August 2017 via mobile

I cycled past this place on my first day here looking for a map. I said to myself then that I would eat here and boy was I glad I did. the Kippers were outstanding and the crab was so fresh and tasty! The lady...More

Thank RealFoodandRealAle
Reviewed 3 August 2017

The Manx kipper at this smokehouse was like nothing you have ever tasted. What a find. This smokehouse is next to a fishing pier and the ambiance was so tradition of a long ago fish house. We enjoyed not only the food but the complete...More

Thank 1991KEB
Reviewed 31 July 2017

Happened upon this smokehouse while finishing a walk from St. John's so stopped off for crab and kipper baps for lunch. Really tasty and reasonably priced too !

Thank peterb41_dun
Reviewed 20 July 2017

My other halfs favourite little eatery on the island ..... he can't visit Peel without popping in!! They serve Manx smoked kippers or crab in a bap with a hot or cold drink of your choice for £3.90 each & they are delicious 😋 You...More

Thank Fortchy
Reviewed 24 June 2017 via mobile

We deliberately made a beeline for this place as we're massive foodies , there are extremely low numbers of traditional hut smoke houses in the uk so this was a must , the hot smoked herring in a bap was just heaven , my wife...More

Thank martyn h
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