Top 5 beach cafes in Jersey
1. Bonne Nuit Beach Café
This relaxed style café located in Bonne Nuit Bay, St Johns, uses the freshest local produce to serve the most amazing Thai cuisine. Diners can enjoy their meal overlooking breathe taking views of the North Coast of Jersey along with the surrounding bay.
Work up your appetite by paying a visit to Jersey Falconry centre. You can experience the thrill of being eye to eye with some stunning birds of prey. Make sure to book in advance as the centre isn’t open to the public!
2. Coleens Café
Coleens is an informal, family-friendly café located in St. Ouen, Jersey. With views along the promenade in the beautiful golden sanded bay of Greve de Lecq, diners can enjoy traditional British food, along with Italian and fresh seafood. Customers often recommend the salads and their creamy ice cream! Best of all, alongside being great value for money and picturesque location, they are open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner!
After refuelling, why not go on a Jersey war tour just a short walk away. You can go on a specialist private tour of WW2 Bunkers run by military researchers with a passion for sharing history.
3. The Lookout Beach Café
Located in the popular St. Aubin’s Bay, lies this attractive beach café. They serve high-quality British, fusion and seafood dishes five days a week. They are also open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and all-important snacks! It is a favourite with the locals so you may need to book in advance. If you are lucky, you might get an outside table overlooking the stunning bay!
After the meal, why not walk around the beautiful bay to Elizabeth Castle! It is accessible by foot at low tide, and by castle ferry at high tide. At the castle, you can explore turrets and bunkers and climb the battlements. Discover the hermitage of Jersey where St Helier is thought to have lived around 550A.D.
4. Le Braye Café
Situated in Le Braye, on the West coast of Jersey, lies the family-run beachside bistro Le Braye Café. The food pays homage to British seaside classics with some Mediterranean influences. They serve fresh food using local produce wherever they can. Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, there is plenty to sample on their menu. You will always be welcomed in with their friendly attitude towards hospitality.
Once you have enjoyed your delicious meal, why not take a walk to the national trust for Jersey wetlands centre. Nestled in the nature reserve in the West of Jersey, the centre is perfectly situated overlooking St Ouen’s Pond which is home to some interesting birdlife.
5. The Hungry Man
The Hungry Man is a beach kiosk, established in 1947, located on the harbour in Rozel bay. They serve traditional British food at affordable prices. From gourmet burgers to crab sandwiches to homemade cakes, there will be something for everyone, appetite big or small! If you are feeling brave… take on the Double Decker Health Wrecker burger! The atmosphere is relaxed and unhurried much like the environment in Rozel Bay.
To top off the experience, head over to the nearby Jersey Zoo. Originally a conservation-themed zoo, discover some of the world’s most incredible creatures.