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Noa bake house laxey

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Maybe so but it's not all that convenient for those that do work a 9-5 day and the place only opens between 10-2 (or 2:30) and then is usually sold out of most things by mid-day.

 

Anyway, if they can make it pay running it that way all power to them I guess.

I tend to find that places that run reduced hours (not only food places) offer a different type of and more focused service.

 

Typically they seem more focused on personal service where they will deliver, arrange to open by appointment etc rather than sit all day on the off chance that someone might wander in

Makes perfect sense on an island feeling the pinch.

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On ‎7‎/‎17‎/‎2015 at 7:25 PM, krafty said:

The newly opened Noa bakehouse in laxey

Went there today.......... It was excellent, just like the one in douglas (smaller menu) but final somewhere good in laxey.

shame it's only open 3 days a week for now

 

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Following your recommendation. I went and the place is shut!! Bugger.

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2 hours ago, quilp said:

Did it take you 3 years to get there? 

He was waiting until he got his bus pass.

 " Give me a bus pass to Laxey

Then I can be on my way"

etc.

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Tried one of their loaves last week. Have to admit it was lovely on day one but by day three, it was that dry, it drunk my soup 

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On ‎8‎/‎21‎/‎2018 at 9:36 PM, Neil Down said:

Tried one of their loaves last week. Have to admit it was lovely on day one but by day three, it was that dry, it drunk my soup 

Who'd have thought fresh produce spoils quickly hey. If you want something that has an extended shelf life try the many loaves of bread-like products on sale in the supermarket. 

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1 minute ago, Lxxx said:

Who'd have thought fresh produce spoils quickly hey. If you want something that has an extended shelf life try the many loaves of bread-like products on sale in the supermarket. 

Is bread classed as "fresh produce"?

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15 minutes ago, Neil Down said:

Is bread classed as "fresh produce"?

If it is fresh it is.

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