Pack an appetite for eating out in Guernsey!
The islanders' passion for food and flavour runs deep through the island, with Guernsey being home to some of the finest foodie fetes. Throughout Autumn, the calendar is buzzing with excitement as both the Guernsey International Food Festival and Tennerfest come to town. The former boasts a wide selection of cooking demonstrations from Michelin star chefs, free tastings of fantastic dishes and special deals at local restaurants, whilst the latter is a celebration of culture and cuisine for an affordable price with its namesake original promise of gourmet classics from just £10!
With a multitude of eateries across the Islands, from beachside kiosks and cafés to market stalls, local pubs and high-end restaurants, there's plenty to choose from, no matter your taste or budget.
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The internationally-recognised, award-winning Fermain Beach Café has been a long standing favourite with locals and visitors alike. With a beautiful location, stunning views and excellent food, the Fermain Beach Café is a fabulous place to enjoy a bite to eat or jug of Pimms. Booking is strongly advised!
Le Nautique Restaurant Guernsey is a truly exceptional seafood restaurant at the heart of Guernsey's picturesque St Peter Port. World-class cuisine, excellent service and a perfect view of the marine, St Peter Port harbour and the smaller islands make Le Nautique an ideal venue for all occasions.
In the heart of St Peter Port, Guernsey you’ll find Le Petit Bistro. Authentic, rustic, and romantic, with all the joie de vivre, and le je ne sais quoi that France has to offer - it is the closest you will get to a French restaurant outside of France!
Located at the end of the Albert Pier with great views of St Peter Port's harbour, Pier 17's modern menu is inspired by fresh and seasonal ingredients, all served up in warm surroundings. The restaurant also has two terraces, one of which overlooks the historic Castle Cornet.
The Rockmount pub overlooks Cobo beach on the stunning west coast of Guernsey. The Rocky, as it's affectionately known, is a place for everyone, and although it's a family gastro pub at heart, they also offer an ever changing selection of real ales, an extensive range of beers, wines and spirits as well as their very own ‘Rocky’ Cider.
Village East is set back from the road, yet in the town centre area with views of the St Peter Port harbour. Menus to suit all tastes, from sandwiches and salads, fresh fish, shellfish & crab, to steaks, hamburgers, lamb, duck and chicken.