Top 5 places to eat in Guernsey

29 Jul 2019 / by Eleanor

Pack an appetite for eating out in Guernsey.
Guernsey is renowned for its local produce and devotion to quality cuisine. With a plethora of restaurants from fine dining, hip establishments to laid back child-friendly eateries there is an abundance of places to eat in Guernsey. Check out our top 5 places to eat in Guernsey below.

1. Octopus Bar and Restaurant - St Peter Port
With one of the best aspects in Guernsey, this restaurant has views towards neighbouring islands of Herm, Sark, and Jethou. From fresh seafood dishes to bar snacks and informal street food, this restaurant has a strong focus on locally sourced produce.

2. The Crow's Nest Bar and Brasserie - St Peter Port
Enjoy modern seafood dishes with a view out over Castle Cornet and to the islands of Herm, Sark, and Jethou. The menu reflects the kitchen team’s fresh approach, but still with an eye to classical cooking and offers a good balance between traditional and modern menu concepts.

Castle Cornet

3.Pier 17 - St Peter Port
The modern menu at Pier 17 is inspired by the fresh, seasonal ingredients that Guernsey has to offer. The restaurants two terraces, one of which overlooks the historic Castle Cornet, mean you can make the most of the Guernsey sunshine in a relaxed, beautiful location.

4. Crabby Jacks - Vazon Bay, Castel
Situated on Guernsey's west coast Crabby Jacks is the perfect place for families. The restaurant serves the classic favourites such as burgers, pizzas, seafood, and salads which are all homemade.
🚕 16-minute taxi ride from Guernsey's capital St Peter Port.

5. The Rockmount - Cobo Bay, Castel
Overlooking Cobo beach, The Rockmount can be found on the stunning west coast of the island. This family gastropub serves locally sourced dishes together with some of the very best international ingredients.
🚕 12-minute taxi ride from Guernsey's capital St Peter Port.

Cobo Bay


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